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A Study of the Operation and Performance of Educational Think Tanks in the US, the UK and Singapore
education policy;educational think tank;performance evaluation
|Issue Date:||2021-01-22 14:11:30 (UTC+8)|
Due to the global educational quality competition and the mobility of educated manpower, educational policy making has been raised to a higher level as the national strategy since the beginning of the 21st century. This development has resulted in the importance of the management of national educational research think tank. Therefore, this study took the USA, the UK and Singapore with their educational think tanks as examples to explore their operations and their interactions with the governments. The study adopted qualitative approach, documental analysis and focus group, as the research methodology. There are four main inductive findings. First, setting up a series of indicators is a must for educational research institutes before they undertake performance evaluation. Second, the setup of indicators should take budget investment and research production into consideration. Third, performance evaluation should start from the institute itself before proceeding to the research fellows of the institute. Finally, although performance evaluation in every country is still in its infancy, it is a received concept set in concrete.
|Relation:||教育政策論壇, Vol.16, No.3, pp.65-95|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育學院] 期刊論文|
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