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Reviews of National Policies for Education
Reviews of National Policies for Education: Secondary Education in Kazakhstan
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  13 fév 2014
Pages: 372 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264205215 , Code OCDE: 912013061P1
Prix:   €73 | $102 | £65 | ¥9400 | MXN1310 , Frais de livraison inclus
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This report evaluates the education reform agenda of Kazakhstan – its feasibility and focus – by taking stock of present-day strengths and weaknesses of the secondary education system. The report also provides guidance on adjusting the reform implementation plans in line with international experiences and best practices regarding educational change, and consolidates much of the previously dispersed (national) data on primary and secondary schools in Kazakhstan  into a common analytical base of evidence, validated by the education authorities.

Chapter 1 of this report provides an overview of the country, it education system and reform plans. Subsequent chapters provide analysis of and recommendations on equity and effectiveness of schooling; assessment and evaluation practices; policies for teachers and principals; expenditure patterns and financing mechanisms; vocational education and training; and a summary of the recommendations.

Tables des matières:

Acronyms 15
Executive summary  17
Chapter 1. Overview of the education system of Kazakhstan  23
-The education reform agenda in pre-university education 36
-The OECD review: sources and the review process 41
-Annex 1.A1. A note on the review process  43
-Annex 1.A2. Request for meetings submitted prior to the site-visits  45
-Annex 1.A3. Review framework  48
Chapter 2. Equity and effectiveness of schooling in Kazakhstan 63
-Access to education  64
-Equality of educational opportunity 66
-Annex 2.A. The hierarchy of thinking skills 111
Chapter 3. Assessment of learning outcomes and teaching quality in Kazakhstan  115
-The aims and purposes of assessment 116
-Assessment of student performance 116
-Recommendations  147
Chapter 4. Good policies for better teachers and school leadership in Kazakhstan 153
-Introduction 154
-Good policies for better teachers 154
-Conclusions and recommendations 198
-Annex 4.A1. Salary progression of teachers and principals, Kazakhstan (2011)  203
-Annex 4.A2. Evidence-driven approach to reform and management of teacher policies: An example  204
Chapter 5. Education expenditure and financing mechanisms in Kazakhstan  213
-The dual purpose of the chapter 214
-The fiscal and macroeconomic context in Kazakhstan 214
-The focus of analysis of education expenditure 218
-How much does Kazakhstan invest in public education?  219
-Recommendations  266
-Annex 5.A1. Additional data on education expenditure used in the report  273
-Annex 5.A2. Planning and managing capital investment in education in Alberta, Canada 311
-Monitoring and assessment of school facility condition  311
-Prioritisation of School Capital Projects 312
-Property Disposal Incentives Scheme 313
-Leasing parts of the school 314
-Reporting of capital expenditures  314
Chapter 6. Vocational education and training in Kazakhstan  319
-The aims and purposes of vocational education and training in Kazakhstan 320
-Outline of the VET system 321
-Students at VET institutions 324
-Regional differences in VET resources 326
-Governance of the VET system 331
-Teaching staff  332
-The quality and relevance of VET instruction 332
-Recent assessments by other international institutions  335
-Recent reforms of the VET system 336
-Provisional conclusions  340
Chapter 7. Recommendations of the OECD review of secondary education in Kazakhstan 349
-Annex 7.A1. Ownership and involvement in reforms  367

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