Right to Education Index Grows from Five to 15 Countries in 2016July 7, 2016
The Right to Education Index (RTEI) is a Global Education tool that measures the realization of the right to education for everyone, everywhere. Since 2015, the RTEI has expanded from five to 15 countries.
By Mili Lechleiter
the release of the 2015
pilot report of
to Education Index (RTEI), 82 organizations from 40
to the call of applications to become one of 15 partners for the 2016 RTEI implementation
RESULTS Educational Fund is thrilled by the growing interest in RTEI and want to thank all of the impressive organizations that applied. We hope to collaborate with even more partners in future data collection and research rounds.
The RTEI team congratulates the 2016 Right to Education Index participants:
- Australia - RESULTS Australia
- Canada - RESULTS Canada
- Chile - Foro por el Derecho a la Educación (Foro) (Pilot Parner)
- Democratic Republic of Congo - Coalition Nationale de l’éducation Pour Tous (CONEPT/RDC)
- Ethiopia - Basic Education Network
- Honduras - Foro Dakar
- Indonesia - Network for Education Watch (NEW)
- Nigeria - Civil Society Action Coalition on
Education for All (Pilot Partner)
- Palestine - Teacher Creativity Center (TCC)
- Philippines - Civil Society Network for
Education Reforms (E-Net) (Pilot Partner)
- South Korea - RESULTS Korea
- Tanzania - HakiElimu (Pilot Partner)
- United Kingdom - Results UNITED KINGDOM
- United States - Global Campaign for Education-US (GCE-US)
- Zimbabwe - Education Coalition of Zimbabwe (Pilot Partner)
These lead partners in RTEI 2016 will collect data to measure their country’s satisfaction of the right to education starting in July until the end of August. Final RTEI 2016 results are anticipated to be shared in Spring 2017 after peer review, government review, and further country analysis.
In 2017, RESULTS Educational Fund will support in-country advocacy strategies utilizing RTEI research outcomes, hoping to inspire political dialogue and drive progress towards the realization of the right to education for everyone, everywhere.