Assessment of the WCDL programme is a fundamental goal of the project designed and implemented by Society and Education, which has full participation of its team of experts.
«The first idea to transmit to new directors it is that integral education works. You can change kids’ lives. That is my experience. I have seen many people change»Director of a public school. Community of Madrid
Bearing in mind that the programme is in its stages of initial development, the intention of assessment is not so much to approve its effectiveness, but to explore how it can work in practice. Accordingly, premeditation of the assessment is much more open, and is based on a qualitative focus on processes and seeks to find answers, as we offer here, to some of the following questions:
In this section, we will be publishing the results of the assessment procedures applied in the different phases of the project.
Once the training course has been completed in Spain and Portugal in the 2019-2020 academic year, we publish the document that summarises the main results of its assessment.
This summary is published within the WCDL Worksheets collection, which gathers the most singular contributions of the programme in its different areas: research, training, evaluation and mentoring.
«Society and Education, through its Educational Observation and Asessment Department (OyE), has the necessary experience and technical staff to choose the identification strategy most appropriate to assessing this leadership programme and to verify, by questionnaires, discussion groups, observations and visits to pilot schools, whether the intended goals are achieved»Mercedes de Esteban. Director of the Instituto de Estudios Educativos y Sociales. European Foundation Society and Education.
© El programa Liderazgo para una Educación Integral (LEI) en contextos vulnerables es un proyecto diseñado e implementado por un equipo de la Fundación Europea Sociedad y Educación, formado por Miguel Ángel Sancho (Presidente), Lola Velarde (Directora de Desarrollo), Mercedes de Esteban (Directora del departamento de investigación), Livia de Cendra (Área de proyectos) y Rosario Semper (Secretaria Técnica).