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A series of thematic comparative reports brings together the Review’s major findings. The reports seek to give new and different perspectives that are based on research and evidence from different countries and explore ideas for policy development that may be difficult to raise in national debates.

 


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The Funding of School Education: Connecting Resources and Learning

(first thematic comparative report from the Review, released 26 June 2017)

The first thematic report, The Funding of School Education: Connecting Resources and Learning, systematically analyses school funding policies by looking into the organisation of responsibilities for raising and spending school funds, the design of mechanisms to distribute funding to schools, the procedures for planning education budgets, and the practices for monitoring, evaluating and reporting how funding has been used.

The following country profiles of national school funding frameworks are available in the full report:

Austria - Belgium - Chile - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Iceland - Israel - Kazakhstan - Lithuania - Portugal - Slovak Republic - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - Uruguay

 

 

 

Responsive School Systems: Connecting Facilities, Sectors and Programmes for Student Success

(second thematic comparative report from the Review, released 22 October 2018)

The second thematic report, Responsive School Systems: Connecting Facilities, Sectors and Programmes for Student Success, systematically analyses policies concerning the organisation of school facilities and the educational services provide within them. It looks at the governance of school networks, strategies to adapt them in response to contextual trends, as well as the effective co-ordination of educational sectors and programmes to improve student trajectories.

 

 

 

 

 


Working and Learning Together: Rethinking Human Resource Policies for Schools

(third thematic comparative report from the Review, released 14 November 2019)

The third thematic report, Working and Learning Together: Rethinking Human Resource Policies for Schools, synthesises findings on the effective design of human resource policies to strengthen, recognise and preserve the impact that teachers, school leaders and other school staff have on their students. The report analyses how to make the best use of available resources to create supportive working environments and build both individual and collective professional capacity in schools. This entails the careful design of entry requirements, career structures, salary schedules and working time arrangements; the effective and equitable matching of staff with schools; and informed investments in professional learning.

The following country profiles of national school staffing frameworks are available in the full report:

Austria - Belgium (Fl. Community) - Belgium (Fr. Community) - Chile - Colombia - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Iceland - Kazakhstan - Lithuania - Mexico - Portugal - Slovak Republic - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - Turkey - Uruguay

 

Webinar: Supporting schools with better human resource policies (14 November 2019)

 

 


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