The Right to Education Means The Right to A Qualified Teacher.

The Right to Education Means The Right to A Qualified Teacher.

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ina S started this petition to Ministry Of Education (MOE)

The focus towards more sustainable future had made United Nations to improvise from MDG (Millennium Development Goal) to SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) which more nationally – owned and country-led rather than just focusing on developing countries previously. In a way to keep this going and the fact that education is key to every one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for which it fits into overall package of plans to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all, to supply more well - trained and quality teacher is a key start.

According to UNESCO (UIS) around 262 million children and youth are out of school. Not only that, nearly 60% globally have not mastered basic literacy or numeracy, however there is still inadequate of teacher especially in sub - Saharan Africa, where around 17 million more teachers are needed to achieve universal primary and secondary education by 2030.

Hence, to meet this vision on increasing the supply of qualify teachers in developing country, there are a few action plan that had been taken and about to happen. 

1) The World Teachers' Day initiated to spread the awareness on this matter, then the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030 make an initiative to use its international platform and delve into the question of teacher education during its Policy Dialogue Forum

2) Towards more relevant and inclusive curriculum

3) Refine the process of headteacher and teacher training

4) Focus on teacher development and incentives

This petition is written by one mission, to higher the number of trained and qualified teacher to give a right of education for everyone.    

" Transforming Education " 

" Everyone has the right to education " 

" The right to a qualified teacher "  

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