Teaching staff: a unique experience and expertise

IIEP teaching teams include professionals actively involved in education policy research and operational activities worldwide. Authors of several publications, IIEP course instructors contribute significantly to educational reforms and the designing of educational programmes in many different countries. IIEP regularly invites guest speakers of international renown to contribute to courses, allowing participants to benefit from their valuable experience and enriching perspectives.

List of instructors:

Fadi Abillama
Projections and Simulation models for Education costs, Education indicators and statistics, Education sector plan preparation
Education sector studies, Policy analysis and planning, functional analysis of Ministries of Education, capacity development and strengthening of training institutions, training engineering
Mariela Buonomo Zabaleta
Technical advice, analysis on costs and financing of education, management of educational services, monitoring and evaluation, and skills development
Diane Coury
Strategic plan preparation, monitoring and evaluation, including in crisis-affected countries
Anton de Grauwe
Capacity development strategies, decentralization policies in education, educational management reforms
Patricia Dias Da Graça
EMIS, development of indicator systems, school mapping, projections and simulation models, e-learning and instructional design and development.
Ousmane Diouf
Economics, Statistics, Finance, Plans preparation and management, Projection and simulation models, Education sector diagnosis
Monitoring and evaluation, Education management information systems, Indicators, HIV and AIDS, Quality education.
Amélie Gagnon
Education indicators, EMIS, CapEFA, Monitoring education sector plans, Projections and simulation models
Dorian Gay
Education sector plans, capacity development and assessment, institutional development, Monitoring and Evaluation
IIEP Director. Expert in Gender inequalities, planning and policy-making in the developing world, participation in school governance, democratic policy-making, funding trends in education
Candy Lugaz
Decentralization policies, School grants, Strategies to improve education quality, School supervision, School feeding