Educational Policy Innovations Levelling Up and Sustaining Educational Achievement /
Educational Policy and Politics.
International and Comparative Education.
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Abstractedited by Sing Kong Lee, Wing On Lee, Ee Ling Low.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Levelling Up and Sustaining Educational Achievement by Sing Kong LEE, Wing On LEE, Ee Ling LOW and Jocelyn Shi Yah TAN -- Chapter 2 How Useful Are the Experiences of the High Performing Education Systems? by Wing On LEE, Ee Ling LOW and Sing Kong LEE -- Chapter 3 Developing Educational Policies in a Holistic Skills Framework by Andreas SCHLEICHER -- Chapter 4 Conceptualising Teacher Preparation for Educational Innovation: Singapore's Approach by Sing Kong LEE and Ee Ling LOW -- Chapter 5 Singapore's Performance in PISA: Levelling Up the Long Tail by Laik Woon THE THE -- Chapter 6 Singapore's English Language Policy and Language Teacher Education: A Foundation for itsIts Educational Success by Ee Ling LOW -- Chapter 7 Purposeful Policy and Practice for Equity and Quality - A Finnish Case by Hannele NIEMI -- Chapter 8 The Light and Shadow of Educational Achievement in South Korea with Suggestions for Levelling Up by Youngdal CHO -- Chapter 9 Effective Teachers for Successful Schools and High Performing Students: The Case of Shanghai by Minxuan ZHANG, Junjie XU and Chuangyuan SUN -- Chapter 10 Levelling Up and Sustaining Educational Achievement: The Case of Hong Kong by Esther Sui Chu HO -- Chapter 11 Perspectives on High Performing Education Systems in Finland, Hong Kong, China, South Korea, and Singapore: What Lessons for the U.S.? by Lin GOODWIN -- Chapter 12 Sustainable, Large-scale Education Renewal: The Case of Ontario by Ben LEVIN -- Chapter 13 Comparative Analysis of High Performing Education Systems: Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education as Factors of Success by Wing On LEE.