In series:OECD Reviews of School Resourcesview more titles
Published on October 22, 2018
This report on Responsive School Systems is the second in a series of thematic comparative reports bringing together findings from the OECD’s School Resources Review. Evolving educational objectives, changing student needs and demographic developments require school systems to be highly responsive to new patterns of demand and adapt their provision accordingly. The organisation of school facilities, sectors and programmes plays a key role in doing so and in providing students with a high-quality education where they need it. The report aims to assist governments in organising school infrastructures and services to achieve their education policy objectives and to ensure that resources are used effectively and equitably. It offers a systematic analysis of the governance of school networks, their adaption to demographic changes and student needs in urban, rural and remote areas, as well as the vertical and horizontal co-ordination of education services to improve students’ transitions.
|Responsive school systems: Main findings and policy pointers|
|Governing the school network|
|Adapting the school network to changing needs in urban, rural and remote areas|
|Co-ordinating educational levels and sectors to improve student trajectories|
|How the School Resources Review was conducted|