Initiatives to Improve Quality of Education in the Kurdistan Region -- Iraq
Apr 21, 2016
RAND supported the Kurdistan Regional Government in its aims to restructure its Ministry of Education, develop a plan for a school quality assurance system, review effectiveness of monitoring and support of private schools, and assess the quality of in-service teacher training. RAND researchers conducted interviews, reviewed literature, examined case studies in other countries, provided analysis, and developed implementation guidelines.
Administration, School Monitoring, Private School Policies, and Teacher Training
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The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) aims to restructure its Ministry of Education, develop a framework and implementation plan for a school quality assurance system, review the effectiveness of its monitoring and support of private schools, and assess the content and quality of in-service teacher training. To help the KRG in their efforts, RAND researchers interviewed Ministry of Education staff and reviewed the current situation; reviewed relevant literature on organization design, school monitoring, and private schools; conducted in-depth case studies of ministries of education, school monitoring, and private schools in other countries; analyzed data on KRG teachers; provided analysis and recommendations; and developed implementation guidelines.
Reorganizing the KRG Ministry of Education
Developing a School Quality Assurance System
Monitoring Quality and Encouraging Growth of Private Schools in the KRI
Assessing Teacher Training
Job Descriptions for the Proposed Organization Structure
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