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Publisher/s:  UNESCO
Published:  2014 in Paris, France
ISBN online:  978-92-3-100047-8

BRICS Building Education for the Future

Priorities for National Development and International Cooperation

Developed in consultation with experts from Brazil, Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa, this report provides an overview of BRICS education systems and policies, highlighting trends in access, quality and equity and zooming in on priorities to sustain and widen the benefits of growth. The report pays close attention to skills development, especially technical and vocational education and training, which all five countries have identified as a vital ingredient of more inclusive growth and sustainable development. Improving data on skills, raising standards, forging stronger links with the labour market and bringing disadvantaged groups into training and employment are important policy concerns for BRICS.


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