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Portugal: New measures to simplify administrative processes in schools

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Portugal: New measures to simplify administrative processes in schools

20 October 2023
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For the 2023-2024 school year, the Portuguese Ministry of Education is moving forward with a first set of measures to reduce and simplify school procedures, methodologies and administrative processes.  

This framework is in line with several commitments made with schools and teachers, for facilitating the management of internal administrative procedures. These procedures encompass various aspects of the pedagogical, teaching, and learning processes. Examples include the format and allocation of time to meetings, the preparation of pupils' assessments, as well as responsible and accountable teacher leadership.  

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Source: Eurydice Unit Portugal

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