Submitted by admin on Fri, 02/06/2015 - 14:41
Most research on in the economics of education has focused on educational outcomes, especially test scores. In the past decade, however, a growing literature has begun to analyse the impact on overall well being later in life.
Submitted by admin on Tue, 12/02/2014 - 12:28
Ever since charter schools were first introduced in the American education landscape in the early 1990s, they have been extremely controversial.
Submitted by admin on Fri, 11/28/2014 - 12:56
Apprenticeships are widely seen as key to rebalancing the economy and tackling youth unemployment, but over many years successive governments have failed to engage sufficient interest from employers to meet demand.
Submitted by admin on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 12:58
Since the 1980s, the use of accountability regimes has grown significantly worldwide. Theoretically, accountability could be one way to make up for the lack of extrinsic incentives to improve outcomes among schools by using carrots and sticks.
Submitted by admin on Mon, 10/13/2014 - 14:09
In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, all state schools must have a governing body, consisting (depending on the type and size of school) of specified numbers of various categories of governors – including parents, staff members, local authority representatives, members of the local community, and of any sponsor involved.