The School Resources Review aims to help countries make resource decisions that support quality, equity and efficiency in school education. The Review provides country-specific and comparative analysis on the use of financial, physical and human resources in school systems. It offers policy advice on how to govern, distribute and manage resources so that they contribute to achieving countries’ educational objectives.
Areas of Work
Our thematic comparative reports synthesise the Review’s major findings on school resource policies. The reports bring together evidence from research and country practice to explore policy options for governments to consider.
Our country review work provides detailed descriptions of national policies, expert analysis of country-specific strengths and challenges and tailored policy advice for improving the use of school resources in participating countries.
The Review methodology is based on countries working collaboratively with the OECD Secretariat. It involves examining country-specific policy issues, and placing these experiences within a broader analytical framework to generate insights relevant to all OECD countries.