Module A3: Education Indicators and Data Analysis

11. Further studies

Association for the development of education in Africa (ADEA). “3 Meaning and use of indicators” Guidelines on preparing an indicators report.

Association for the development of education in Africa (ADEA). “Part 1 concepts and nature of education indicators” The Midland Reports.

Finn, J.A. and crook, A.c. Short activities: Data Presentation. Scientific Training by Assignment for Research Students. (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

Lozovsky, V. 2008. Table vs. Graph. information Builders. (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

Oakes, J. October, 1986. Educational Indicators: A Guide for Policymakers. Rutgers university, centre for Policy Research in education. (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

Scene: Southwest center for education and the natural environment. Data presentation. (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

UNESCO. (Forthcoming). Guidelines for EFA Monitoring, Evaluation and Assessment: Identifying and Reaching the Unreached. UNESCO, Bangkok.

UNESCO. 1997. Gender-Sensitive Education Statistics and Indicators: A Practical Guide. (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

UNESCO. 1991. World Education Report 1991.
UNESCOBangkok. EFA Mid-Decade Assessment and Mid-Term Policy Review: References and Resources. (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

UNESCO institute for Statistics. education indicators Technical Guidelines. fileadmin/user_upload/aims/Publications/uiS_indicator_definitions_en.pdf (Accessed 27 May, 2011)

UNESCO-UNICEF 2006. Guidelines for the Asia and Pacific Education for All Mid-Decade Assessment: Identifying and Reaching the Unreached. UNICEF east Asia and Pacific Regional Office. http://www.
(Accessed 27 May, 2011)

United Nations. 2006. indicators for policy management: A Guide for enhancing the Statistical capacity of Policy-makers for effective Monitoring of the MDGs at the country Level. united nations, new York

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