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Since 1995, UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in co-operation with the Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI), have hosted annual policy seminars to discuss key issues affecting educational development in the region. Topics of the seminars have ranged from aid effectiveness in education to assessments to decentralisation. Click here or the links on the right-hand panel of this page for more information on past seminars.




2015 Seminar details

Title "Monitoring and Evaluation Systems, the Data Revolution, and Education 2030"

Dates - 26-28 November 2015

Location - Anantara Sathorn Bangkok Hotel

Participants - The seminar brought representatives of Ministries of Education and Education Research Institutes from 6 countries (Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Palau and Uzbekistan) to discuss Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks and indicators for the new Education 2030 agenda. 

Purpose and Objectives - The UNESCO-KEDI 2015 Regional Policy Seminar aims to explore ways to strengthen M&E systems in the Asia-Pacific utilizing the data revolution. The objectives of the seminar and research are: 1) to review current M&E systems in the Asia-Pacific region, 2) examine how the data revolution can be used to effectively and efficiently improve M&E systems, and 3) provide policy recommendations for Asia-Pacific nations to improve M&E systems to implement the Education 2030 agenda. 



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