Networks between schools for educational improvement: What practices are the most effective?

Networking between schools is a strategy to facilitate the flow of knowledge and peer learning, as well as to respond to system challenges. But what impact does it have on students and teachers? The international evidence indicates that school networks have a positive impact on student learning outcomes at all stages of education and on teachers’ professional development.

  • Pages 22
  • Date 15/12/2020
  • ISBN 978-84-123061-0-1

Networking between schools is a strategy to facilitate the flow of knowledge and peer learning, as well as to respond to system challenges. But what impact does it have on students and teachers? The international evidence indicates that school networks have a positive impact on student learning outcomes at all stages of education and on teachers’ professional development.

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