Policies and plans
Basic Education Development Committee, Government of the United Republic of Tanzania (BEDC, URT ). 2001. Primary Education Development Plan (2002–2006). Dar es Salaam, Government of the United Republic of Tanzania. upload/ Tanzania%20UR/ Tanzania%20UR%20Primary%20Education%20Development%20Plan.pdf [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Department of Education, Papua New Guinea. 2009. Gender Equity Strategic Plan 2009–2014. Port Moresby, Department of Education, Government of Papua New Guinea. upload/ Papua%20New%20Guinea/ Papua_New_Guinea_gender_equity_strategic_plan.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Government of Ghana. 2012. Education Strategic Plan 2010–2020 – Vol. 1: Policies, Strategies, Delivery, Finance and Vol. 2: Strategies and Work Programme. Accra, Ministry of Education, Government of Ghana. upload/ Ghana/ Ghana_ESP_2010_2020_Vol1.pdf and upload/ Ghana/ Ghana_ESP_2010_2020_Vol2.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Ministry of Education, Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. 2012. Education Sector Strategic Plan: 2011–2015. Ministry of Education, Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. upload/ Trinidad%20and%20Tobago/ Trinidad%20and%20Tobago_Strategic_plan_2011-2015.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Ministry of Education, United Republic of Tanzania. 2001. Teacher Education Master Plan (TEMP). Dar es Salaam, Ministry of Education, United Republic of Tanzania. upload/ Tanzania%20UR/ Tanzania_Teacher_Master_Plan-2001_2005.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Teachers Service Commission. 2006. Policy on Teacher Recruitment and Selection. Nairobi, Teachers Service Commission. documents/ hdn/ ed/ saber/ supporting_doc/ AFR/ Kenya/ TCH/ 20130515_041150.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Policy guidelines and manuals
Association for the Development of Education in Africa. 2009. ‘Communiqué – ”Bamako+5” Conference on Contractual Teachers’, Tunis, Association for the Development of Education in Africa. adeaPortal/ adea/ downloadcenter/ bamako/ Bamako%20COMMUNIQUEFinal-eng.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Department for Education, United Kingdom. 2011. Training our next generation of outstanding teachers Implementation plan. London, Department for Education. government/ uploads/ system/ uploads/ attachment_data/ file/ 181154/ DFE- 00083-2011.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.).
Global Partnership for Education. 2014. Education Sector Analysis Methodological Guides, Vol. 1. Washington, DC, Global Partnership for Education(
International Institute for Educational Planning and Global Partnership for Education. 2012. Guidelines for Education Sector Plan Preparation and Appraisal. Paris, UNESCO. fileadmin/ user_upload/ Cap_Dev_Technical_Assistance/ pdf/ 121106-Guidelines-for-Education-Sector-Plan-Preparation-and-Appraisal-EN.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
ILO. 2012. Handbook of Good Human Resource Practices in the Teaching Profession. Geneva, International Labour Organization. sector/ Resources/ publications/ WCMS_187793/ lang--en/ index.htm (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
ILO. 2014. ILO Policy Guidelines on the Promotion of Decent Work for Early Childhood Education Personnel. Geneva, International Labour Organization. sector/ Resources/ codes-of-practice-and-guidelines/ WCMS_236528/ lang--en/ index.htm (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Kusek, J. and Rist, R. 2004. Ten Steps to a Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation System. Washington, DC, World Bank. bitstream/ handle/ 10986/ 14926/ 296720PAPER0100steps.pdf?sequence=1 (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
OREALC. 2013. Background and Criteria for Teacher Policy Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Santiago, UNESCO Regional Bureau of Education for Latin America and the Caribbean. wp-content/ blogs.dir/ 1/ files_mf/ politicasdocentesingles27082013.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
World Bank. n.d. The Log Frame Handbook: A Logical Framework Approach to Project Cycle Management. Washington, DC, World Bank. http:// external/ default/ WDSContentServer/ WDSP/ IB/ 2005/ 06/ 07/ 000160016_20050607122225/ Rendered/ PDF/ 31240b0LFhandbook.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Research, reports, studies
Alhassan, A. M. 2014.Teachers’Implementation of Inclusive Education in Ghanaian Primary Schools: An Insight into Government Policy and Practices. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 115–129.
Baker, B.D., Oluwole, J., and Green, P.C. III. 2013. The Legal Consequences of Mandating High Stakes Decisions Based on Low Quality Information: Teacher Evaluation in the Race to the Top Era. Education Policy Analysis Archives, Vol. 21, No. 5. ojs/ index.php/ epaa/ article/ view/ 1298/ 1043 (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Boser, U. 2012. Race to the Top: What Have We Learned from the States So Far? A State-by-State Evaluation of Race to the Top Performance, Washington DC, Center for American Progress. issues/ education/ report/ 2012/ 03/ 26/ 11220/ race-to-the-top-what-have-we-learned-from-the- states-so-far/(Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Hargreaves, A. 1994. Changing teachers, changing times. Toronto, OISE Press.
Hargreaves, A. 1998. The Emotions of Teaching and Educational Change. In Hargreaves A. (ed.), International Handbook of Educational Change. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 558-570.
LeCzel, D. K. and Gillies, J. 2006. From Policy to Practice: The Teacher’s Role in Policy Implementation in Namibia. Equipe 2 and USAID Working Paper. Washington, DC, Education Policy and Data Center. education-data-research/ policy-practice- teachers-role-policy-implementation-namibia (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Liu, X. Z., Li, L. and Du, C. 2014. Evaluation on the Efficiency of Policy Implementation for Teacher Mobility of Compulsory Education between Rural and Urban Areas in China. Chinese Studies, Vol. 3, pp. 74–81. journal/ PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=46235#.VFrLIWchO3E (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
OECD (2015), Education Policy Outlook 2015: Making Reforms Happen, OECD Publishing, Paris.
Russon, C. 2010. The Role of Policy Analysis in Overcoming the Implementation Challenge. M. Segone (ed.), From Policies to Results: Developing Capacities for Country Monitoring and Evaluation Systems. New York, UNICEF. wp-content/ uploads/ toco_library/ pdf/ 2010_-_Segone_-_From_Policy_To_ Results-UNICEF.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Siddiq, M. I., Salfi, N. A., and Hussain, A. 2011. Analysis of Implementation Mechanism of National Education Policies at Provincial Level Regarding Elementary Education in Pakistan. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol. 1, No. 16, November 2011.
Smit, B. (2005). Teachers, local knowledge, and policy implementation: A qualitative policy-practice inquiry. Education and Urban Society, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 292–306.
UNESCO. 2007. UNESCO’s Teacher Training Initiative for sub-Saharan Africa ( TTISSA) 2006–2015: LOGFRAME. Paris, UNESCO. images/ 0015/ 001539/ 153940e.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
UNESCO. 2012a. General Education Quality Analysis/Diagnostic Framework. Paris, UNESCO. new/ en/ education/ themes/ strengthening-education-systems/ quality-framework/ (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
UNESCO. 2014. Teaching and Learning: Achieving Quality for All – EFA Global Monitoring Report, 2013/14. Paris, UNESCO. new/ en/ education/ themes/ leading-the-international-agenda/ efareport/ reports (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
UIS. 2014. Data Centre: Teachers by Teaching Level of Education and UNESCO eAtlas of Teachers. Montreal, UNESCO Institute for Statistics. datacentre/ pages/ default.aspx and uis/ teachers/(Accessed 21 March 2015.) 
Weiss, E. 2013. Mismatches in Race to the Top Limit Educational Improvement: Lack of Time, Resources, and Tools to Address Opportunity Gaps Puts Lofty State Goals Out of Reach. Washington, DC, Bolder, Broader Approach to Education. files/ 2013/ bba-2013-race-to-the-top.pdf (Accessed 21 March 2015.)
Yelland, R. and Pont, B. 2014. OECD Education Policy Outlook 2014: Part 3. A Special Focus on Reforms. Paris, OECD. (EDU/EDPC(2014)6/PART3, draft for discussion, 10–11 April 2014.)

5.6 Costing implementation