New UNESCO analysis covering 30 education systems in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia has been published. 2021 Global Education Monitoring Central and Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia Report – “Inclusion and education: All means all” is produced by the UNESCO, the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education and the Network of Education Policy Centers. The International Institute for Education Policy, Planning and Management conducted data gathering and analyses within Georgian education system.  The analysis is based on in-depth country profiles of the education responses to inclusion challenges. Based on the approach of the 2020 GEM Report and the expertise of the partner organizations, the Report is based on information collected in 30 education systems, providing comparative policy analysis of how they define and progress on inclusion in education. The 2021 Eurasia Report provide evidence-based recommendations for governments and other key education stakeholders to strengthen inclusion and SDG 4 implementation in policies across the region.