Un marco analítico para la evaluación de la calidad de la gobernanza de los sistemas educativos

Palabras clave: Gobernanza educativa; método Delphi; indicadores de calidad; evaluación

Resumen

En el momento presente los sectores más informados de la sociedad dirigen su mirada hacia los sistemas de educación y formación con la esperanza de que éstos contribuyan a aportar una respuesta adaptativa a los desafíos del nuevo contexto histórico. Por ello, nunca como ahora la exigencia de acierto, en la definición y la implementación de las políticas educativas, había sido tan perentoria. El presente trabajo plantea la elaboración de un marco analítico para la evaluación de la calidad de la gobernanza educativa, mediante el desarrollo de un sistema de indicadores que reposa en un marco conceptual robusto, previamente definido. Este instrumento de diagnóstico ha sido refinado y validado mediante un procedimiento Delphi de tres rondas sucesivas y se ha estructurado finalmente en 6 dimensiones, 20 subdimensiones y 88 ítems. Un estudio exploratorio de aplicación de la herramienta al caso español ha permitido poner a prueba su fiabilidad. A partir de los resultados empíricos obtenidos del estudio Delphi, se analizan y discuten los criterios de calidad de la gobernanza educativa que han resultado ser más relevantes, y se extraen algunas conclusiones para la mejora de la educación.

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Biografía del autor/a

Francisco López Rupérez, Universidad Camilo José Cela (UCJC), España

Francisco López Rupérez is Director of the Chair of Education Policy in the School of Education at Camilo José Cela University (Madrid, Spain). He received his Ph D. from the Complutense University of Madrid, with cum laude mention. He has been General Director, Deputy Minister of Education of Spain and President of the National Council for Education. His research has been focused on the fields of physics, science education and education policies.

Isabel García García, Universidad Camilo José Cela (UCJC), España

Isabel García García is Professor of Mathematics, holds a degree in Mathematics from the Universidad Complutense (Madrid, Spain). She has been Head of Unit at the National Council for Education and technical advisor at the Council for Education of the Region of Madrid. She has played an important role in differents institutional projects addressed to improve the quality of public education. She has issued some technical studies related to education and teaching materials related to Mathematics.

Eva Expósito-Casas, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), España

Eva Expósito Casas is Assistant Professor at the Department of Methods of Research and Diagnosis in Education II in the School of Education at National University of Distance Education (Spain). She received her PhD. from The Complutense University of Madrid, with International Mention. Her research focuses broadly on the field of psychometrics and educational assessment, with a particular interest in methodological questions in large-scale educational assessments.

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Publicado
2020-05-20
Cómo citar
López Rupérez, F., García García, I., & Expósito-Casas, E. (2020). Un marco analítico para la evaluación de la calidad de la gobernanza de los sistemas educativos. Revista Iberoamericana De Educación, 83(1), 53-76. https://doi.org/10.35362/rie8313672
Sección
- La gobernanza de los sistemas educativos en Iberoamérica