GCE Reports

09 March 2008 | GCE Reports

Global Report Card Global Campaign For Education 2008

No Excuses: Global Report Card Global Campaign for Education 2008
05 February 2007 | GCE Reports

Not Up To Scratch: Global Report Card 2007

Not Up to Scratch: Global Report Card 2007
09 March 2006 | GCE Reports

Underachievers

Underachievers: Global Report Card 2006
11 November 2005 | GCE Reports

Writing The Wrongs: International Benchmarks On Adult Literacy

Global Campaign for Education, November 2005
12 October 2005 | GCE Reports

Missing The Mark

Global Report Card 2005
02 July 2005 | GCE Reports

A Fair Chance: Attaining Gender Equality In Basic Education Global Campaign For Education, 2005

This report was produced to inform the work of education campaigners in the field of gender equality, including nine country studies from Africa and Asia to exemplify the progress and the huge strides that remain to be made to achieve this goal.
02 July 2005 | GCE Reports

Writing The Wrongs: International Benchmarks On Adult Literacy Global Campaign For Education, November 2005

Based on original research conducted by GCE, this report identifies five compelling reasons to invest in adult literacy and offers benchmarks to drive achievement of the Education For All adult literacy goal.
02 September 2004 | GCE Reports

Learning To Survive: How Education For All Would Save Millions Of Young People From HIV/AIDS Global Campaign For Education, 2004

This analysis suggests that if all children received a complete primary education, the economic impact of HIV/AIDS could be greatly reduced and around 700,000 cases of HIV in young adults could be prevented each year – 7 million in a decade.
05 May 2003 | GCE Reports

Must Try Harder

Must Try Harder: Global Report Card 2003

The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is a civil society movement that aims to end exclusion in education. Education is a basic human right, and our mission is to make sure that governments act now to deliver the right of everyone to a free, quality, public education.