International Policies and Practices
This short video illustrates key aspects of teacher development at Singapore’s Kranji Secondary School.
Is the education sector better served by a public investment approach than by a market-based, competition approach?
Teacher Learning and LEADERSHIP
Routledge; 2017; 140 pages
A unique partnership between a government education agency and a teachers’ union has positive outcomes for education reform.
An article in The Atlantic highlights SCOPE's work on teacher time, comparing instructional hours in the U.S. and abroad.
Frank Adamson discusses school privatization in New Orleans on Pyramid Parent Talk radio.
How Privatization and Public Investment Influence Education Outcomes
This book documents the ideologically and educationally distinctive approaches countries around the world have taken to structuring their education systems.
How Privatization & Public Investment Influence Education Outcomes
<h2>GLOBAL EDUCATION REFORM: HOW PRIVATIZATION & PUBLIC INVESTMENT INFLUENCE EDUCATION OUTCOMES</h2>
Public investment or market-based systems? What is the best available evidence on the implementation and results of these different approaches to education.
The Guyana Chronicle features Travis J. Bristol's recommendations for raising teacher education standards in Guyana.
Dion Burns and Linda Darling-Hammond explain how TALIS–an international study–provides a compelling view of the effectiveness of collaborative school environments.
Teaching Around the World: What Can TALIS Tell Us?
Burns and Darling-Hammond look at how the latest results of the international teacher survey can inform U.S. policy on teaching quality.