Handbook of good human resource practices in the teaching profession
Organization : International Labour Organisation
Imprint : Geneva, ILO, 2012
Collation : 332 p.
Notes : Online document / Document en ligne / Versión electrónica
The handbook draws upon experiences and good practices in a wide range of ILO member States, giving a large number of examples of good practice and lessons learned. The methods it outlines are intended to be applicable to all schools and education systems, and to be adapted to accommodate differences in resource availability, culture, ethnicity, gender, political and governance structures.
- Codes of conduct, Economic and social development, Educational management, School administration, School boards, Ethics, Gender, Governance, Health, International conventions, Students, Teachers, Teacher allocation, Teacher promotion, Teacher recruitment, Teacher training, Teacher wages