Education resources

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These indicators present data on education resources, including: teachers' and principals' age, experience and the percentage of female staff; the number of students and staff teaching at different levels of education; staff hours spent in lesson preparation and teaching at lower secondary level; and teachers' salaries. Data are also available for public and private spending. Public spending includes both direct expenditure on educational institutions and educational subsidies to households administered by educational institutions. Private expenditure is recorded net of public subsidies that educational institutions may receive. For more information http://www.oecd.org/education/skills-beyond-school/

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Keywords:  education, women, preparation, hours, teacher, principal, education at a glance, teaching, salary, private, spending, public
 

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School principals are the link between teachers, students and their parents or guardians, the education system and the wider community. Principals may contribute to student achievement through their impact on how the school is organised, the climate in the school and, especially, teachers and teaching. They can set the tone for teachers by encouraging new teaching practices and improvement of teachers' skills and by ensuring that teachers feel responsible for students’ learning. These practices are part of what is known as instructional leadership. In this indicator principals are compared by average age and work experience, measured in years and broken down by gender.

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Keywords:  leader, education, director, principal, School
 
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