Evidence of Q uality and E quity in E ducation. Péter Radó Belgrade, 06.12.2011. A sample evidence 1. A sample evidence 2. A sample evidence 3. A sample evidence 4. A few questions: ( Assuming that these data are available ).
From dumb centralization to intelligent post-bureaucratic governance
Making education a complex adaptive system by:
The normative approach to EBPM ↔ the very contextual nature of quality and equity→
„Intelligent policy making”
Learning by open deliberation: enrichment of reasoning with the tacit and practical knowledge of practitioners + evidence informing the actors of the policy discourse
Quality evaluation embedded to a performanace management system
The only reliable measure of strengths and weaknesses is international comparison.
→ Enabling information systems for international referencing (EU OMC indicators and benchmark, OECD „Education at a glance” indicators, participation in international student achievement surveys, connecting internal and international assessment systems, etc.)
→ Ensuring the contextual relevance of international comparative information by further analysis and comparative research (See: European educational performance patterns)
Connecting the results of meta-evaluation with the instruments of quality evaluation
What has changed in Hungary between 2010 May and July? Politics, nothing else.