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The top sources of stress reported by teachers ...

„Among the top sources of stress reported by teachers ('quite a bit' or 'a lot'), 'having too much administrative work to do' (49 %), 'being held responsible for students’ achievement' (44 %) and 'keeping up with changing requirements from local, municipal/regional, state or national/ federal authorities' (41 %) are prominent. The sources of stress reported by school leaders are fairly consistent with those reported by teachers.“
OECD (Hrsg.), TALIS 2018 Results. Volume II (2020), S. 58.

Keeping up with changing requirements from local, municipal/regional, state or national/federal authorities is a predominant source of stress for teachers ...

„On average across the OECD, 41 % of teachers consider that 'keeping up with changing requirements from local, municipal/regional, state or national/federal authorities' is a predominant source of stress.“
OECD (Hrsg.), TALIS 2018 Results. Volume II (2020), S. 95.

Engaging in an open dialogue with stakeholders is a key principle of effective governance ...

„Engaging in an open dialogue with stakeholders and involving them in reform and implementation processes are key principles of effective governance. This includes the relevant unions representing teachers in different sectors and at different levels of administration.“
OECD (Hrsg.), Working and Learning Together (2019), S. 24.

Reforms in consensus-oriented systems with strong social partners, such as Austria ...

„Reforms in consensus-oriented systems with strong social partners, such as Austria, may be subject to prolonged decision-making processes and a larger number of potential veto players. On the other hand, they ensure that competing interests of relevant stakeholders balance each other out and preclude one particular set of organised interests from monopolising access to policy making.“
OECD (Hrsg.), Working and Learning Together (2019), S. 157f.

Engaging in an open dialogue with stakeholders and involving them in reform design and implementation processes are key principles of effective governance ...

„Engaging in an open dialogue with stakeholders and involving them in reform design and implementation processes are key principles of effective governance. These stakeholders include the relevant unions representing teachers in different sectors and at different levels of administration. To build and sustain trust for the implementation of reforms, they must be underpinned by clear communication, consensus building, and a process for prioritising competing claims on resources.“
OECD (Hrsg.), Working and Learning Together (2019), S. 158.

The degree of staff involvement in school-level decisions plays a critical role in strengthening teachers’ professionalism ...

„Teachers’ involvement in decision-making processes that affect their work is another significant dimension of their autonomy. The degree of staff involvement in school-level decisions plays a critical role in strengthening teachers’ professionalism.“
OECD (Hrsg.), Working and Learning Together (2019), S. 168.

Schweden: Compulsory school outcomes started to deteriorate already in the 1980s ...

Schweden: „Compulsory school outcomes started to deteriorate already in the 1980s, but a series of reforms in the early 1990s, which decentralised schools and changed curricula and teaching methods seem to have accelerated the slide.“
Jon Kristian Pareliussen u. a., „Skills and Inclusive Growth in Sweden“ (2015), S. 5

Finnland: No changes to the educational system without approval from the local community, teachers, and parents ...

Finnland: „Because stakeholders manage educational development, the government and/or minister of education cannot mandate changes to the educational system without approval from the local community, teachers, and parents.“
Kelly Lynch, „A Comparison of the American Common Core State Standards with the Finnish“ (2014), S. 28

No changes to the educational system without the consent of stakeholders ...

„Neither the government, nor the minister of education can mandate changes to the educational system without the consent of the other stakeholders in the system.“
Kelly Lynch, „A Comparison of the American Common Core State Standards with the Finnish“ (2014), S. 46