Lebanon has made significant strides in improving education in recent years, but much remains to be done. A signatory of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, Lebanon still needs to ensure that education be free, available and accessible for all, and that drop-out rates be cut from their currently very high levels. Educational facilities need to be improved, especially for children with special needs, and as the Committee on the Rights of the Child has pointed out the government should do more to provide state education in a country where the trend has been towards privatising education. The document outlines a number of goals, objectives and programmes and defines which stakeholder is responsible for which of these. It groups the programmes under ten headings: 1. Early Childhood 2. Primary Education age 6-12 3. Basic Education age 12-15 4. Literacy for Adults and Youths 5. Children with Special Needs 6. Teachers 7. Curricula 8. School Environment 9. Educational Administration 10. School Administration

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Publisher: 
Syria Regional Refugee Response
تاريخ النشر: 
الثلاثاء, 1 يناير 2013
نوع المورد: 
Studies and Reports
حلة: 
Quality of Life, Policy Interventions, Public Sector Development, Youth, Education, Child Rights
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