The final report on the education needs assessment of Ukraine is published

Published 07 July 2022 at 12:05

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (MoES) in close cooperation with the Institute of Educational Analytics (IEA), UNICEF and Ukraine Education Cluster conducted an all-Ukrainian Needs Assessment Survey (NAS) of the local self-governance authorities at the level of hromadas to better understand their utmost needs in the sector of education.

The report was formed on the basis of a survey conducted during the period of May 6 to June 6, 2022, as well as on information that was additionally collected and updated by the MESU with the help of local educational authorities during June 1–8, 2022. It highlights the war-induced challenges and changes in the education system of Ukraine by evaluating current trends in comparison with the baseline indicators of the pre-war period. The report also contains additional data on the assessment of needs after February 24, 2022, which were collected by UN agencies, MoES, international organizations as well as research institutions and non-governmental organizations of Ukraine.

The survey covered pre-school, general secondary education, extracurricular education, VET and allowed local communities to assess and report on problems and needs in the following areas:

  • educational infrastructure and access to education, including digital provision, needs;
  • internally displaced students (after February 24, 2022);
  • teachers among IDPs (after February 24, 2022);
  • professional needs of teachers;
  • the mental health and psychosocial support needs of teachers and students;
  • inclusive education;
  • organization of finances.

The final report on the findings of the study is available at the following link.