Gains on Education for All and Millennium were adopted in 2000 are clear: progress in universal primary education has been made, increased participation in secondary and tertiary education, and in many countries, gender equality. More generally, improvements have been made to overcome the mortality hunger, poverty, and child and maternal mortality.
The global financial crisis could change radically. Reaching the marginalized shows that lower income and higher unemployment is now a serious threat to the progress in all areas of human development. The higher level of poverty make the challenge of meeting basic human needs is a daily struggle. The lessons of the past teach us that children are often the first to suffer, as they their chance to go to school.
While each of the six goals of Education for All in 2000 adopted the problems in their own right, was the commitment of the governments of the World Education Forum in Dakar to support progress on all fronts. The Education for All Development Index (EDI) provides a composite measure of progress, including access, equity and quality. Due to the limited availability of data, which include only the four most easily quantifiable, setting the same weight to each: (1) universal primary education, such as net primary corrected (NREA) measured, (2) adult literacy, such as the literacy of people 15 and over speed, (3) and the equality of the sexes, gender EFA index (GEI) years on average rate parity measured sexes in gross primary and secondary enrollment and adult literacy rate, (4) the quality of education as measured in the survival rate to grade 5th
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