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Policy guidelines, manuals and programmes
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Education Institute. 2007. National Professional Standards for Teachers and School Leaders. Doha, State of Qatar, Supreme Education Council, Education Institute. http://www.sec.gov.qa/ En/ SECInstitutes/ EducationInstitute/ Offices/ Documents/ NPSTSLE.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Gallie, M. and Keevy, J. 2014. Standards Framework for Teachers and School Leaders. London, Commonwealth Secretariat. http://www.saqa.org.za/ docs/ papers/ 2014/ StandardsFramework.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Global Partnership for Education. 2014. Education Sector Analysis Methodological Guides. Vol. 1. Washington, DC, Global Partnership for Education (http://www.globalpartnership.org).
ILO. 2012. Handbook of Good Human Resource Practices in the Teaching Profession. Geneva, International Labour Organization. http://www.ilo.org/ sector/ Resources/ publications/ WCMS_187793/ lang--en/ index.htm (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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OECD. 2009. Improving School Leadership: The Toolkit. Paris, OECD Publishing. http://www.oecd.org/ education/ school/ 44339174.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
OREALC. 2011. Transforming Education: The Power of ICT Policies. UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers. Paris, UNESCO. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/ images/ 0021/ 002118/ 211842e.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
OREALC. 2014b. Green Schools Asia. Jakarta? UNESCO. http://unescogreenschools.org/ pages/ about_project (Accessed 21 March 2015.) UNESCO/OREALC. 2013. Background and Criteria for Teacher Policy Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Santiago, UNESCO/
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Queensland College of Teachers 2012. Does Performance-based Pay Improve Teaching? PISA in Focus. (Policy Brief No. 16.) Paris, OECD Publishing. http://www.oecd.org/ pisa/ pisaproducts/ pisainfocus/ 50328990.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Queensland College of Teachers . 2014b. Education at a Glance 2014: OECD Indicators. Paris, OECD Publishing. http://www.oecd.org/ edu/ Education-at-a-Glance-2014.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Research, reports, studies
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Centre of Study for Policies and Practices in Education. 2013. Learning Standards, Teaching Standards and Standards for School Principals: A Comparative Study. OECD Education Working Papers, No. 99. Paris, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1787/ 5k3tsjqtp90v-en (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Chang, M.C., Shaeffer, S., Al-Samarrai, S., Ragatz, A., de Ree, J., and Stevenson, R. 2014. Teacher Reform in Indonesia: The Role of Politics and Evidence in Policy Making, Directions in Development. Washington, DC, World Bank. http://www-wds.worldbank.org/ external/ default/ WDSContentServer/ WDSP/ IB/ 2013/ 12/ 05/ 000442464_2013120513023 9/ Rendered/ PDF/ 831520PUB0Teac00Box379886B00PUBLIC0.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Darling-Hammond, L. 2012a. Creating a Comprehensive System for Evaluating and Supporting Effective Teaching. Stanford, CA, Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education. https://edpolicy.stanford.edu/ sites/ default/ files/ publications/ creating-comprehensive-system-evaluating-and-supporting-effective-teaching_1.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Darling-Hammond, L. 2001. Standard Setting in Teaching: Changes in Licensing, Certification, and Assessment. V. Richardson (ed.), Handbook of Research on Teaching, 4th Edition, pp. 751–776 Washington, DC, American Educational Research Association..
Darling-Hammond, L. 2006. Constructing 21st Century Teacher Education. Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 57, No. 10, pp. 1–15. http://www.chalkboardproject.org/ wp-content/ uploads/ 2010/ 12/ Constructing-21st-Century-Tchr-Ed.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Duflo, E., Dupas, P. and Kremer, M. 2012. School Governance, Teacher Incentives, and Pupil-teacher Ratios: Experimental Evidence from Kenyan Primary Schools. NBER Working Paper, 17939. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research.
Duthilleul, Y, 2005. Lessons Learnt in the Use of “Contract” Teachers – Synthesis Report. Paris, UNESCO-IIEP. http://www.unesco.org/ iiep/ PDF/ pubs/ N42.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Fyle, C.O. 2013. Teacher Education MOOCs for Developing World Contexts: Issues and Design Considerations. Paper delivered at the 9th International Conference of MIT’s Learning International Networks Consortium. http://linc.mit.edu/ linc2013/ proceedings/ Session3/ Session3Fyle.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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Harris, D. 2007. The Promises and Pitfalls of Alternative Teacher Compensation Approaches. Phoenix, AZ, EPRU and Boulder, CO, EPIC. http://nepc.colorado.edu/ files/ EPSL-0704-231-EPRU.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Harris, R. 2009. Capacity Building for Sustainable Development: Teaching Assistants –At School. http://rayharris57.wordpress.com/ 2009/ 05/ 29/ teaching-assistants-at-school (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Hayes, T. 2006. Professional Teaching Associations and Professional Standards: Embedding Standards in the ‘Discourse of the Profession.’ Acton, ACT, Teaching Australia. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/ docs/ default-source/ default-document-library/ professional_teaching_associations_and_professional_standards_-_embedding_standards_in_the_discourse_of_the_profession (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Hightower, A.M., Delgado, R. C., Lloyd, S. C., Wittenstein, R., Sellers, K., and Swanson, C. B. 2011. Improving Student Learning by Supporting Quality Teaching: Key Issues, Effective Strategies. Bethesda, Editorial Projects in Education, Inc. http://www.edweek.org/ media/ eperc_qualityteaching_12.11.pdf
Humana People to People. 2013. Teacher Training. Humana People to People. http://www.humana.org/Programs-Home/teacher-training (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
IICD. 2007. ICTs for Education: Impact and Lessons Learned from IICD-supported Activities. The Hague, International Institute for Communication and Development. http://www.iicd.org/ about/ publications/ icts-for-education-impact-and-lessons-learned-from-iicd-supported-activities (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Ingvarson, L. 2012. Standards for Graduation and Initial Teacher Certification: the international experience. Australian Council for Educational Research. http://works.bepress.com/ lawrence_ingvarson1/ 206 (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Ingvarson, L., Kleinhenz, E and Wilkinson, J. 2007. Research on Performance Pay for Teachers. Victoria, Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd. http://research.acer.edu.au/ cgi/ viewcontent.cgi?article=1000andcontext=workforce
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Kingdon, G.G., et al. 2013. Are Contract Teachers and Para-teachers A Cost-effective Intervention to Address Teacher Shortage and Improve Learning Outcomes? London, EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London. http://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/ pdf/ outputs/ systematicreviews/ Parateachers2013Kingdon.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
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