According to international human rights law, non-government schools must conform to minimum education standards, as laid down or approved by the State. In order to ensure that this is the case, there must be a body to oversee whether these standards are met
According to international human rights law, non-government schools must conform to minimum educational standards, as laid down or approved by the State. Minimum educational standards may relate to issues such as admission, curricula and the recognition of certificates
An example of such a measure is a programme that adapts education to students' specific circumstances to prevent further drop-outs
Mechanisms by which stakeholders can contribute to the formulation and / or implementation of strategies to identify out-of-school children include: perception surveys, focus groups and public campaigns.
Out-of-school children are all those excluded from education at a given level of education
Seasonal migrants are persons employed in a State other than their own for part of the year because the work they perform depends on seasonal conditions
Pupil / textbook ratio is the average number of pupils for every textbook in schools
Percentage of household expenditure on education is the total average cost per month per family for a student in a school as a percentage of total household expenditure. Examples of educational expenses include: enrolment fees, tuition fees, uniforms, school supplies and educational materials, school meals and school transport and other payments necessary to effectively access education, such as payment for water, security etc.