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  • International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030
  • 2019
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Teacher Policy Development Guide

Countries will need to have a broad perspective on teacher issues in order to meet Sustainable Development Goal 4 and address the provisions on Teachers in the Incheon Declaration with the framework for Action of Education 2030. A system to orient the elaboration and/or review of national teacher policies will be a useful tool. The International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030 builds on its comparative advantage as a global multiple-stakeholder alliance joining hands to address the global teacher challenges, to offer the present Teacher Policy Development Guide. Users will find relevant definitions of concepts, description of the different dimensions of teacher issues and how they correlate, and suggestions of phases in the process of developing a national teacher policy. Of utmost importance is the involvement of all stakeholders, especially the teachers, in the process.