The SDGs are concerned with knowledge, skills and lifelong learning for all, not just school attendance. To help monitor this need, the Survey of Adult Skills provides a valuable model. This international survey, the results of which were first released in 2013, covers 33 countries as part of PIAAC, and measures the key cognitive and workplace skills needed for individuals to obtain decent work, participate in society, and for economies to prosper.


The world now faces a challenge to define education indicators covering access, equity and quality for all levels of education that can be measured and tracked over time and on a global scale. This is a tall order, and several international organisations such as UNESCO and its Institute of Statistics (UIS), UNICEF, the World Bank and the OECD, have been helping the World Education Forum and the UN Statistics Commission to develop them.



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