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The GEM Report’s mandate is to monitor progress towards the education targets in the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework.
The GEM Report is a singular, comprehensive, analytical and authoritative reference for reviewing and advancing the global follow-up and review of education. With 12 reports produced since 2002, the Report has acquired extensive experience in monitoring and policy analysis and a global reputation for excellence, covering themes ranging from inequality, gender and teaching and learning to conflict, literacy and early childhood care and education.