Personal data on teachers
This working group will develop guidelines for strengthening government capacity to compile data from various administrative and survey sources to provide measures for SDG 4.c indicators. A primary source of data for SDG 4.c indicators consists of public sector personnel data..
The key issues related to the availability and use of data on teachers are:
- Lack of data collection on teacher qualifications in school surveys/EMIS
- Low capacity by education ministries to report actual teacher’s salaries due to poor processes or infrastructure (e.g. no standardized electronic records)
- Inability for education ministries to report actual salary payments (e.g. salary payments are administrated sub-nationally, by provinces or states; or salary payments are administrated through a different ministry, including public service ministries).
- 4.c.1 Proportion of teachers with the minimum required qualifications
- 4.c.2 Pupil-teacher ratio
- 4.c.3 Percentage of teachers qualified according to national standards
- 4.c.4 Pupil-qualified teacher ratio
- 4.c.5 Average teacher salary relative to other professions requiring a comparable level of qualification
- 4.c.6 Teacher attrition rate
- 4.c.7 Percentage of teachers who receive in-service training in the last 12 months
- Improve the collection of data on teachers using different sources of information such as EMIS, human resources and payroll databases, and financial data.
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