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Process evaluation of the Teachers Development Fund in the Netherlands

The Teachers Development Fund (in Dutch; LOF) offers teachers in primary and secondary education the opportunity to improve education by implementing their own innovative ideas. What are their experiences with LOF?

2016-83

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Effects of a Master’s programme on teachers and their environment

Following a Master's programme significantly increases the professional knowledge of teachers.

2016-80

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Free doesn’t make it (a) good (deal)

The Free School Books Act has not solved the underlying problems on the market for learning materials. However, the act did have positive effects for secondary education.

2016-49

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Effects of a master’s programme on teachers and their environment

What are the effects of following a master's programme on teachers and their environment? A first intermediate measurement gives an indication and tries to further interpret the observed effects through an realistic evaluation.

2015-82

Report

The economic importance of childcare

What is the value of childcare for the Dutch economy? This question was posed by Brancheorganisatie Kinderopvang to SEO Amsterdam Economics.

2015-71

Report

Ready for growth?

The Associate degree (Ad) is at a crossroads (again). In the coming years the Ad can (and must) truly prove its worth.

2015-67

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Evaluation Act merger assessment (Wet fusietoets)

In collaboration with ResearchNed, Peter Huisman and Frans de Vijlder, SEO Amsterdam Economics has performed a legal evaluation of the Wet fusietoets (Act merger assessment). They advise a fundamental reassessment of the act.

2015-50

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Actual and Perceived Bureaucracy

How much bureaucracy accompanied the provision of special educational needs to pupils before the introduction of Appropriate Education in the Netherlands? This baseline study examines the bureaucracy.

2015-38

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Impact evaluation of a more open Higher Education Systemin the Netherlands

An additional number of higher education institutions were allowed to enter the regulated education market in the Netherlands from 2007 to 2015. The main aim of permitting new entrants was to evaluate their impact on the dynamics between institutions.

2014-68

Report

Impact evaluation of a Master’s Degree for Teachersin the Netherlands

What is the impact of a Master's degree for teachers in the Netherlands, on both teacher quality and student performance?

2014-52