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Accountability in Education UNESCO

1 year 4 months ago - 1 year 3 months ago #706 by dorina
In many countries, reporting quality may be poor. In addition to reflecting inherent bias, the media determine what qualifies as newsworthy. An analysis of media coverage of the Programme of International Assessment of Adult Competences in England (United Kingdom), France and Japan showed that it had a brief shelf life, although online and social media, especially those oriented to professional audiences, offered additional possibilities to delve more deeply into the results and influence policy formulation (Yasukawa et al., 2017
CONCLUSIONHolding governments to account for their varied education actions and responsibilities occupies the attention of many actors external to the government, such as civil society, think tanks, teachers’ unions, the media and donor agencies, reflecting the strong public interest in the functioning of the sector.
http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0025/002593/259338e.pdf

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