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Education Leader Toolbox

Are you looking for applicable solutions for systemic issues in education? Innovative finance? Resources for curriculum development? Best practices for policies? Do you have the newest framework, dataset, or ready-to-apply case to share to fellow educational leaders?

This is the Education Leader Toolbox, a curated collection of tools for policymakers and education leaders at all levels to share resources, make everyone’s work a bit easier and to create a positive impact. Do please share your best resources with us, but do keep it as applicable and practical as possible!

What we are looking for:

  • Best practices, cases, applicable materials – something which can be operationalized swiftly
  • Existing resource banks for educational leaders – all levels, subjects, sizes, and shapes
  • Non-profit / pro bono networks for policymakers and educational leaders, capacity building opportunities, etc.
  • Tangible ideas on how to improve the website or this Toolbox section to serve your needs better

What we are not looking for:

  • Promotion of commercial products and solutions (Did you read the part where there are lack of resources and funding in education systems, especially with out-of-school children and youth…?)
  • Extensive reports
  • Research or theories (Don’t get us wrong. We are all in with fact-based knowledge and love research, but this section is something what can be applied right away in management and administrative contexts. You can share your cases and stories in Knowledge 101, though)

Share your tools to improve the work in education policy and finance

Please upload the fiile(s) to a cloud storage and share the link in the box above.

Education Policy Toolbox

The best education policies are those that are designed locally. Get inspired by examples from around the world! We have summarized more than 500 policy options that address frequent educational planning challenges internationally.

Research and Studies

TTF members aim to fill knowledge gaps with studies and research on topics such as teacher education, teaching and learning, financing teaching, professional standards, teacher governance and management, teacher autonomy and accountability, working conditions and teacher development.

UNESCO’s open access repository

The UNESCO Open Access (OA) Policy concerning UNESCO Publications grants an irrevocable right of access to copy, use, distribute, transmit and make derivative works in any format within certain constraints.

UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) Learning Portal

The IIEP Learning Portal is a single window to comprehensive, up-to-date, relevant, and neutral information on learning issues, from primary through secondary education. It is also a place to foster a community where you can participate, share tools, best practices, perspectives and pose questions to enable us to all act together for the future of learning.