A new report from the outlines five highly effective lessons learned from education systems that develop and support teachers and leaders in Finland, Ontario, and Singapore. These jurisdictions, comparable in population to mid-sized U.S. states, have attained among the highest and most equitable performance in the world on international assessments. The lessons feature a systemic approach; strong teacher recruitment and preparation; attractive teaching conditions; continuous support for teacher learning; and proactive leadership development. The examples also show how these policies can be implemented in different contexts.
Alliance for Excellent Education and the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education, 2011, PDF link here
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Report Offers Lessons Learned from Education Systems Abroad
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