Although the financial crisis has affected Asia, the region is still expected to achieve its educational goals. In terms of basic, primary, and higher education enrollment rates, the region's numbers gender disparity continues to decrease. Simply expanding the enrollment numbers is not enough. This volume shows that the dropout rate in the region has been high, and it is necessary to improve the nature of education in order to provide helpless families with better motivation and support tools to keep their children in school. Some of the topics covered include: Chapter 1: "Early Childhood Education in Asia;" Chapter 2: "Primary School Education in Asia;" Chapter 3: "Secondary School Education in Asia;" and Chapter 4: "Tertiary Education in Asia." The volume covers many achievements in the region and the difficulties that still exist in education. It explores various ways to respond to changes, revising the teaching framework to improve the quality, and establishing support networks for students and teachers.