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Methodology of national education accounts
Data on education expenditure are often incomplete due to the complex nature of fi nance in the sector and the different ways in which institutions report financial information. Consequently, many countries lack a sustainable ...
Promoting transparency through information : A global review of school report cards
The report examines the development of school report cards (SRCs) in selected countries around the world, with a particular emphasis on developing countries. It is intended to assist policy-makers and programme implementers ...
Who pays for what in education? : the real costs revealed through national education accounts
How much do countries spend on education? Where does the funding come from, and how is it spent? We have trouble answering these questions, simply because many countries lack sustainable systems for collecting, disseminating and ...
Guidelines for Transitional Education Plan Preparation
The new global education agenda 2030 places strong emphasis on countries affected by adverse situations. It urges governments to put in place robust and responsive policies, strategies, and systems to ensure quality ...
Exploring the impact of career models on teacher motivation
The Education for All movement has resulted in a rapid expansion in primary school places across the developing world. However, this expansion has not been accompanied by an equally rapid increase in the number of qualified ...
Género y generaciones en América Latina : claves para el desarrollo económico y social en perspectiva comparada
Los desafíos sociales de la región persisten luego de casi una década y media de bonanza económica, caída de la pobreza, disminución de la desigualdad y mejora en las tasas de empleo así como en su calidad y salarios. La ...