Mapping Teachers Policy In NEPC Region 2014

What is expected from Teachers? What type of regulation concerning teachers’ salaries exists? What do teacher recruitment policies look like?
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Teachers Policies
Partner organization(s):
  • Center for Innovations in Education, Azerbaijan
  • proMENTE social research, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Center for Educational Initiatives Step by Step, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Institute for Social Research – Centre for Educational Development, Croatia
  • Praxis Center for Policy Studies, Estonia
  • Institute for Education Policy, Planning and Management, Georgia
  • Foundation Education Initiatives Support, Kyrgyzstan
  • Macedonian Civic Education Center, Macedonia
  • Mongolian Education Alliance, Mongolia
  • Centre for Education Policy, Serbia
  • Slovak Governance Institute, Slovakia
  This study has emerged as an initiative of the Network of Education Policy Centres addressing the lack of comprehensive comparative studies on teacher policies in the region where its members are active – the new Member States of the EU, Western Balkans, Eastern Partnership countries and Central Asia and Mongolia. The study maps teacher policies in the diverse region represented by NEPC members. All data in this report is based on the situation in 2013 when the research was done. As a basis for this exercise, SABER Teachers methodology of the World Bank was adapted. As pointed out by the World Bank paper on teacher policies in the Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) series, ‘Recent studies have shown teacher effectiveness is a key predictor of student learning. A number of studies have found that teacher effectiveness is the most important school- based predictor of student learning and that several consecutive years of outstanding teaching can offset learning deficits of disadvantaged students (Hanushek & Rivkin 2010; Hanushek, Kain, O’Brien & Rivkin 2005; Rockoff 2004; Sanders & Rivers 1996). The study presents the comparative analysis of the following aspects of teachers’ profession: EXPECTATIONS I RECRUITMENT AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT I PREPARATION OF TEACHERS I SKILLS & NEEDS I EVALUATION & MONITORING I SUPPORT

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