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Diana Toledo Figueroa

Project Leader, Policy Advice and Implementation
E-mail: diana.toledofigueroa@oecd.org

 

Diana Toledo Figueroa leads the Education Policy Outlook, as well as other policy advice and knowledge mobilisation initiatives, such as the Education Policy Reform Dialogues. She is a Policy Analyst on Education Policy of the OECD Education Directorate. Since her arrival to the OECD in 2007, she has contributed to a large variety of OECD work on education, including large-scale data surveys (PISA 2006, TALIS 2008, Education at a Glance 2007-09), research on teacher knowledge based on the learning sciences (the ITEL Teacher Knowledge Survey), thematic analysis (Reviews of Evaluation and Assessment in Education: Mexico) and policy advice, implementation and dialogue in different OECD countries (such as Chile, Hungary, Iceland, Mexico, Norway or Scotland). As part of her work on policy implementation, she was seconded by the OECD to Mexico during 2009/10. Diana holds a Doctoral Degree in Development Socio-Economics and a Master in Comparative Research on Development from EHESS (France). She also holds a BA in Political Science from ITAM (Mexico). A Mexican and French national, Diana speaks Spanish, English and French. 

 

 

 

Christa Rawkins

Policy Analyst, Policy Advice and Implementation
E-mail: christa.rawkins@oecd.org

 

Christa Rawkins is a Policy Analyst in the Directorate for Education and Skills.  She works in the Education Policy Outlook team analysing the current context of countries’ education systems and their policy responses to key challenges, as well as contributing to the comparative work on the evolution of education policy priorities and responses. Prior to joining the OECD, Christa gained several years’ experience in teaching and school leadership in the UK and France.  She has also worked as an Education Consultant advising on topics relating to teacher training and management, skills development and conducting comparative research of education policy across school systems.  Christa has an MA(Hons) in History from the University of Edinburgh (UK) and an MA in International Public Management from Sciences Po, Paris (France).  She has also studied Educational Leadership at the Institute of Education in London.  Christa speaks English, French and Spanish.

 

 

 

Clément Dumont

Intern, Policy Advice and Implementation
E-mail: clement.dumont@oecd.org

 

Clément Dumont joined the  Directorate for Education and Skills as an intern where he works in the Education Policy Outlook team which studies the evolution of education policies across OECD and non-OECD member countries. He holds a bachelor in Economics from the Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University (France) and is currently in the last year of his Master’s Degree in Development Economics at the Sorbonne Institute of Development Studies. He strongly believes that good education systems are key in order to help countries in their development. He is also deeply interested in behavioural studies as he thinks that a better understanding of the individuals’ behaviours can help to design better policies. A French National, Clément speaks French and English and has notions of Spanish.

 

 

 

 

Jonathan James

Intern, Policy Advice and Implementation
E-mail: jonathan.james@oecd.org

 

Jonathan James is an intern in the Directorate for Education and Skills. He is currently in the third year of a PhD at the UCL Institute of Education. His research looks at the impact of domestic terrorism on education policy and practice in England and France, and particularly at efforts to promote social cohesion and prevent radicalisation in the two education systems. Before starting the PhD in 2017, Jonathan worked for twelve years as a teacher and middle leader in secondary schools in London and Paris. He is particularly interested in the relationship between education research, policymaking, and practice and is looking forward to finding out more about this at the OECD.



 

 

 

 

 

 

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