Measures the degree of autonomy and accountability in education system institutions, providing the stage for improving policy dialogue, planning, and implementation.
Documents and analyzes school-based management policies aimed at increasing autonomy and accountability at the school level and within the education system, in both developing and developed countries.
TOOLS AND RESOURCES
Based on a thorough review of existing global evidence, SABER-SA&A identified five core policy goals that are important for assessing school-based management policies. For each policy goal, SABER-SA&A defines a series of policy leversâ€”actions that governments can take to reach these goals.
Autonomy in planning and management of the school budget
Autonomy in personnel management
Role of the school council in school governance (participation)
School and student assessment
SABER-SA&A helps countries identify the depth and scope of their school-based management programs and policies. To do so, SABER-SA&A establishes a benchmark for countries to track progress in their school autonomy and accountability policies. In addition, SABER-SA&A advances informed policy dialogue and decision-making using a structured framework and methodology. SABER-SA&A's tools enable cross-country learning by enhancing the global knowledge base on effective school autonomy and accountably policies.