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How Good are Korean Teachers?

Min Ji Kim / Lee, Ju Ho

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Abstract

An analysis performed on three different international survey data such as PISA, PIAAC and TALIS provides critical insights on how good Korean teachers are. Korean teachers are good in the sense that the proportion of top one percentile students who wish to hold a teaching profession in the future is highest in Korea among OECD countries. However, it is strikingly disappointing that the academic excellence that the teachers boasted as a student are lost once they start their career and that the gap between teachers and other professionals remains wide throughout their careers even from the start, while that reported for other countries is much narrow and getting narrower. This also coincides with the regression results that Korean teachers also fail to become prepared to teach through either on-the-job training or effective formal degree programs and professional development programs.

Issue Date
2018-12
Publisher
KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Contents
I. Introduction

II. Best Students Become Teachers (PISA)

III. Diminishing Skills of Teachers (PIAAC)

IV. Ineffective Education & Training for Teachers (TALIS)

V. Conclusion

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Pages
24
Series Title
KDI School Working Paper 18-01
URL
https://ssrn.com/abstract=3336359
Language
ENG
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