According to McKinsey & Company, 2007, “How the Best Performing School Systems in the World Come out on Top”:. Background.
According to McKinsey & Company, 2007, “How the Best Performing School Systems in the World Come out on Top”:
ITEN is a virtual network of professional leaders in education in the Americas who would like to share knowledge, experiences, research and good practices in the field of teacher education.
Built as a horizontal cooperation strategy,
ITEN offers a virtual space for interaction
for all stakeholders in the field
of teacher education in the Americas.
ITEN will offer
Teacher Education for 21st Century Teachers
Pilot Course in English
Total number of participants78
Guyana, Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, St. Lucia, Bahamas and St. Kitts and Nevis.
Pilot Course in Spanish
Total number of participants: 179
Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Perú, Ecuador, Honduras, México, Haití, Brazil and Paraguay.
Why ITEN is unique
It is the only network that focuses on teacher education stakeholders across sectors in the Americas.
OAS Inter-American Committee on Education (CP/Res.831)
Funds received from 2008 to June 2011
World Bank’s SABER -Teacher Policies Around the World (TPAW)
Collaboration in “School. Leadership Across the Americas” (An Exploratory Baseline Study for an Educational Innovation Network).
Webinars for school leaders.
Content for ITEN’s Website.