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La evaluación docente basada en el resultado como vía de mejora del sistema educativo

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  • Pau Balart
  • Antonio Cabrales

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La docencia tiene hoy un papel más importante del que se había pensado tradicionalmente. Por lo tanto, será importante asignar el capital humano más adecuado para realizar la labor educativa y llevar a cabo una evaluación del profesorado que permita crear los incentivos necesarios para asegurar la efectividad docente. Por otra parte, los inputs y características observables del profesor no son indicativos del grado de efi cacia de la labor educativa.

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  • Pau Balart & Antonio Cabrales, 2015. "La evaluación docente basada en el resultado como vía de mejora del sistema educativo," Studies on the Spanish Economy eee2015-13, FEDEA.
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