This presentation was presented as part of the panel, The Equity Initiative: Expanding Access to Quality Pre-Primary Education Opportunities: Using Data and Research to Document Inequity, at CIES 2018.
The MICS survey, conducted by UNICEF, addresses data on children and families through the national administration of household surveys. The MICS team recently decided to expand its global education database to cover the attendance of children one year before primary education, to meet the data monitoring needs in the context of SDG4 and to fill the above-mentioned global data gap in access to pre-primary education with an equity focus. This paper will report on new data on pre-primary enrollment, produced by incorporating data from the Multi-Cluster Indicator Surveys (MICS) and Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) from 2010 to 2015.
Published: March 2018
Author: Suguru Mizunoya, UNICEF