This report includes findings and recommendations to strengthen teacher policies in Honduras.
Professional Competency Frameworks for Early Childhood Teachers: An Exploratory Study of Five Latin American Countries
This study, prepared by Marcela Pardo and Felipe Godoy with the support of the Inter-American Dialogue and the LEGO Foundation, provides the results of an exploratory study of Latin American countries that have made significant advances in the development of competency frameworks for early childhood teachers.
“It Is Urgent to Recover the Learning and Wellbeing of Students” – A Call from the Latin American Coalition for Teaching Excellence
The Latin American Coalition for Teaching Excellence affirms the need to support teachers in the reopening of schools and presents seven recommendations to do so in a safe and comprehensive manner.
The following article by Sarah Stanton, Michelle Guzmán and Lucila Malnatti hopes to make the case for a regional approach to improving teacher policy in Latin America and the Caribbean, to establish priorities in teacher excellence and address them collectively.
The objective of this Declaration is to promote regional dialogue about the working conditions necessary for excellent teaching, as well as to contribute to a better design, formulation, and execution of public policies.
What is the state of the teaching profession in Peru? A new report analyzes challenges and opportunities for teacher policies in the country.
Findings and recommendations to strengthen teacher policies in Argentina.
El nuevo Informe de Progreso Educativo de Honduras captura los avances y desafíos del sistema educativo hondureño de los últimos siete años
There is little debate regarding the importance of teachers for learning. The real question is: how can we improve their effectiveness?
Despite the importance of teachers in the learning process, systems for recruiting, selecting, training, and supporting teachers remain deficient
Despite the importance of teachers in the learning process, systems for recruiting, selecting, training, and supporting teachers remain deficient.
Teaching is crucial to high-quality education, yet there is little agreement on how to produce high-quality teachers
Preparing students for the 21st century requires the use of ICTs and technology in schools
El Capítulo de Centroamérica y República Dominicana del Grupo de Trabajo Profesión Docente (CCAD-GTD) de PREAL, con el patrocinio de la Coordinación de Educación y Cultura del Sistema de Integración Centroamericana (CECC/SIC), organizó para los meses de marzo y abril siete talleres nacionales sobre políticas docentes, además de una conferencia…
In the last 10 years Guatemala has made great advances. The consolidation of the democratic system and the signing of the peace process have created a more favorable climate for education. However, there are still social and economic development problems. Guatemala is a country of young, multilingual and multicultural people.…