New UNDP publication on inclusive Roma education
A new publication has been released recently by UNDP entitled as ‘Roma Education in Comparative Perspective’, based on the findings from the UNDP/World Bank/EC regional survey.
Among other findings, the report shed light on the low-preschool attendance of Roma students in the CEE region, and on how it contributes to long-term disadvantages and to the vicious cycle of poverty and exclusion. It has been reinforced by the report that universal access to quality early childhood education and avoiding segregated schooling has a key importance to decrease these disadvantages and provide equal chances for Roma and non-Roma children.
To read more about the findings, click here.