«A report by independent experts on Portugal’s primary school system indicates that reform measures by the Portuguese authorities are beginning to have positive effects. In a foreword written at the invitation of the Portuguese authorities, the head of OECD’s Education and Training Policy Division, Deborah Roseveare, said the report’s recommendations merit consideration.
The report, Policy Measures Implemented in the First Cycle of Compulsory Education in Portugal, was carried out by independent experts commissioned by the Portuguese Ministry of Education. They were led by Dr. Peter Matthews, Visiting Professor at the Institute of Education, University of London and an international consultant in the area of education, who has worked as a consultant for the OECD in the past.(…)
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