Discover our online tools, databases and services from various Agency projects.
The Voices into Action (VIA) activity explores educational decision-making approaches that centre on learners and families. The Agency conducted extensive research and analysed real examples of efforts to include learner and family voices in decision-making. Based on this, the Agency built an online toolkit for education stakeholders to refer to, learn from and apply to their unique contexts.
This Profile for Inclusive Teacher Professional Learning builds on the Agency’s 2012 Profile of Inclusive Teachers to present a tool for a wider group of stakeholders. It invites education professionals and policy-makers to consider inclusive teacher professional learning competences from a whole-school and community perspective.
This Policy Self-Review Tool is the main outcome of phase 2. The tool is for policy-makers at national/regional/local level, as well as decision-makers and professionals at school level. It aims to enable them to reflect and develop a continuum of support for inclusive education.
This self-reflection tool builds on two issues: aspirational standards for inclusive school leadership and the supportive policy framework. It enables reflection and exchange among the different stakeholders to identify gaps that need to be addressed.
Inclusive in Education (IEA) is a joint initiative of UNESCO and the Agency. This is an online resource and knowledge-base presenting information from across the globe on inclusive approaches to policy and practice, benefiting both policymakers and practitioners.
By sharing key research and practice examples, this guidance encourages leaders, teachers and other school-based professionals to read, reflect and collectively consider the potential of the project learning for their own situation.
This resource focuses on the key role of school self-review in on-going school improvement activity. It includes school self-review materials, developed during the Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education (RA) project, conducted by the Agency between 2014 and 2017.