Mr. Paulo Santiago is Head of the Policy Advice and Implementation Division (PAI) within the Directorate for Education and Skills. He takes a leading role in the provision of evidence-based advice on education policy to OECD members and partner countries, both collectively and individually, across all sectors of education. He also takes responsibility for the Directorate’s knowledge management and mobilisation ensuring the Directorate’s work is effectively exploited across countries and within OECD.
Mr. Santiago joined the OECD in 2000. As an analyst in the Directorate for Education and Skills, he assumed responsibility for a number of large scale cross-country reviews covering a range of education policy areas including teacher policy, tertiary education policy, educational evaluation and assessment, use of resources in school education and school funding. This work has generated OECD policy lines, comprehensive analytical frameworks, developmental work for future data collections as well as a wealth of information about country practices. He has also led reviews of teacher policy, tertiary education policy, educational evaluation policy and school resource use in over 25 countries.
Mr. Santiago holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University.
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