The Strategic Education Governance (SEG) project supports countries in developing flexible and adaptive governance processes to be able to deal with the increasing complexity of their education systems. It builds on CERI’s previous work on Governing Complex Education Systems (GCES).
The SEG project plan (pdf) presents in detail the project's rationale, analytical approach, work strands, and the project’s calendar of activities in 2019-2020.
Learn about the aims and origins of the Strategic Education Governance project.
The Organisational Framework structures the work of the SEG project in six thematic domains.
Bruneforth, M., C. Shewbridge and R. Rouw (2019), "Moving towards more school autonomy in Austria: Refocusing the role of school supervision", OECD Education Working Papers, No. 200, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/9c49eebe-en
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SEG Learning Seminar in Denmark (Copenhagen, 15-16 January 2019): "Performance measurement and the use of data for improvement in Danish education". More>>
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Strands of work
The SEG Project is developing a policy toolkit based on aspirational items to help identify opportunities for improvement and support countries in strategic education governance.
SEG Learning Seminars apply OECD's insights on strategic education governance to specific policy challenges. Education systems can draw lessons for governance practice by contrasting and comparing their approaches and the challenges they face.
Published within the OECD Education Working Papers series, SEG research explores the frontiers of scholarship and practice in order to identify trends, challenges, opportunities, and new ways of thinking as they relate to strategic governance of complex systems.
Project brochure: Strategic Education Governance (pdf)
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