School autonomy, accountability and evaluable learning standards have become core policy principles in current educational reforms. The REFORMED project analyzes to what extent and how these reforms have altered the way schools are organized, educate their children and interact with their environment. The project also analyzes the impact that these changes are producing in the equity and quality of educational systems.
The SAWA Atlas is a resource with information about the international adoption of large scale assessments, the main features and uses of these policy instruments, and the accountability measures attached to them.
The Atlas contains more detailed data for the countries covered by the REFORMED project.
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How and why school autonomy with accountability reforms are being adopted in different contexts? What are the effects of these reforms at the school level? What are the pros and cons of more testing-intensive regimes in education? In this website you will find responses to these and other questions.