System-wide Improvement in Education

New understandings about the contribution that education can make to economic and social outcomes for diverse populations are driving the present policy impetus for schooling improvement. However, reports of failed educational reform efforts continue to come in from around the world. What seem to be common-sense policies result in unproductive change or unintended consequences. Even when based on evidence about ‘what works’, policies often fail because insufficient attention is paid to the ‘how’ of implementation. This booklet brings together emerging evidence about how to bring about lasting, system-wide improvement in schooling performance.
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