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  1. Future of work in education

    The Global Report on the Status of Teachers 2021

    Greg Thompson

    12 October 2021

    The status of teachers remains a concern in many jurisdictions. Teachers are aware that holding the same qualifications or levels of training as other professions does not bring the same status, despite teaching and facilitating learning being complex work that requires significant expertise.

    The Global Report on the Status of Teachers 2021
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    2. The Global Report on the Status of Teachers | Summary
  2. Standards and working conditions

    Teacher professional development and curriculum Enhancing teacher professionalism in Africa

    Yusuf Sayed & Eva Bulgrin

    16 June 2020

    This report is a comparative study on teacher professional development in relation to curriculum. The review seeks to understand the relationship between teacher professionalism and curriculum in Africa by investigating 10 selected countries covering primary and lower secondary schooling.

    Teacher professional development and curriculum Enhancing teacher professionalism in Africa
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  3. Leading the profession

    Global framework of professional teaching standards

    Jointly developed by Education International and UNESCO

    4 November 2019

    The joint Education International/ UNESCO framework on the development of professional teaching standards aims to improve teacher quality, teaching and learning, as well as support the implementation and monitoring of the teacher target in the Education 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and specifically Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4).

    Global framework of professional teaching standards
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  4. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Case study of further education in England

    Leesa Wheelahan, Gavin Moodie, Eric Lavigne

    5 October 2018

    This report on further education in England was undertaken as part of a project funded by Education International to examine national case studies of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) as a framework for social justice.

    Case study of further education in England
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  5. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Case Study of TAFE and public vocational education in Australia

    Leesa Wheelahan, Gavin Moodie, Eric Lavigne

    5 October 2018

    TAFE, or technical and further education institutes, are the public vocational education and training institutions in Australia. Since the 1980s, TAFE has been subjected to policies that sought to position it as one ‘provider’ in a market populated by public and private providers. TAFE’s role has been narrowed from providing...

    Case Study of TAFE and public vocational education in Australia
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  6. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    TVET in Taiwan

    Eric Lavigne, Gavin Moodie, Leesa Wheelahan

    5 October 2018

    This case study of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Taiwan is part of a project initiated and supported by Education International to research how TVET can contribute to social justice, social inclusion, and sustainable development in different countries.

    TVET in Taiwan
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  7. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Global trends in TVET: a framework for social justice

    Leesa Wheelahan, Gavin Moodie

    16 November 2016

    This report commissioned by Education International provides a conceptual framework to understand how vocational education is positioned in many countries, and the different ways in which the relationship between vocational education and the structures of the labour market mediate the variable outcomes that vocational education graduates achieve.

    Global trends in TVET: a framework for social justice
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  8. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    Roadmap to financing education

    15 November 2016

    In an era where investment in education is declining and myriad shortcuts are popping up, Education International presents its rights-based Roadmap to sustainable, predictable and principled education financing.

    Roadmap to financing education
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  9. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4

    EI Report to the Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendation concerning Teachers | 2015

    15 April 2015

    The Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendation concerning Teachers (CEART) is a joint committee of the ILO and UNESCO composed of 12 Experts. It meets every three years and is charged with monitoring the implementation of the 1966 ILO/UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers and the...

    EI Report to the Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendation concerning Teachers | 2015
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  10. Standards and working conditions

    The Status of Teachers and the Teaching Profession

    Vasileios Symeonidis

    3 March 2015

    This report is based on an extensive survey (responses from 73 Education International (EI) member organisations from all regions). It reveals the threats to the status of teachers from misguided “reforms” leading to precarious working conditions for teachers and education workers and curbing teachers' professional development, professional autonomy, social dialogue,...

    The Status of Teachers and the Teaching Profession
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