Presentation on theme: "The INEE Guidance Notes on Teacher Compensation address a critical challenge to quality education by providing a suggested framework for compensating."— Presentation transcript:
The INEE Guidance Notes on Teacher Compensation address a critical challenge to quality education by providing a suggested framework for compensating teachers based on lessons learnt from practice around the world
The Guidance Notes provide a frame of reference for discussions on teacher compensation Not intended to be prescriptive Must be contextualized The Guidance Notes offer guidance for creating interim teacher compensation arrangements Not intended to provide framework for negotiation of national teacher compensation policy
The Guidance Notes are intended for: Ministries of Education/Education authorities Donors United Nations Agencies and Cluster/Sector groups International & Local NGOs Teachers and Teacher organizations In situations regarding: Refugees IDPs Returnees Overall populations States affected by fragility
Roundtable on Teacher Compensation at the World Bank in October 2006 Outcome: Recommended more research, good practices and the need to develop a clear set of Guidance Notes Agencies facilitating broad-based, collaborative process:
Consultants from CfBT Trust INEE member case studies from 12 different countries Consultative workshops in Washington, London, Paris, Niger, New York, Turkey Ongoing technical input and peer review process from hundreds of experts around the world Interim launch and piloting in the field (Sept 2008 – Feb 2009) Launch at INEE Global Consultation (March 2009)
Teacher: All persons in schools who are responsible for the education of pupils Compensation: Both monetary and non-monetary (examples of non-monetary compensation include food, shelter, bicycles and medical care)
A Policy and Coordination of Teacher Compensation B Management and Financial Aspects of Teacher Compensation C Teacher Motivation, Support and Supervision as Forms of non-Monetary Teacher Compensation
A1Collect reliable data and information on teacher compensation. A2Develop coordinated policy on teacher compensation. A3 Monitor and enforce coordinated policy on teacher compensation. Policy and Coordination
Management and Financial Aspects B1Recognise that government has the principal responsibility for ensuring teachers compensation. B2 Develop an appropriate system for the identification and payment of teachers. B3 Identify appropriate systems for financial controls and payment mechanisms.
Motivation, Support and Supervision C1 Value complementary forms of teacher motivation and support. C2 Ensure professional development and other forms of training and support are in place. C3 Institute appropriate management, supervision and accountability systems for teachers.
Guide inter-agency discussion and inform collaborative advocacy. Assess current challenges to and strategies for improving policies and programmes. Inform the design, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes. Inform training and capacity building.