Putting plans into action

06 December 2017


Implementation is one of the most important steps of the educational planning cycle. Without it, the vision captured in the plan has no chance of becoming a reality. However, there is often more attention given to plan formulation than to its actual implementation. To help adjust this balance, we’ve dedicated this issue of our newsletter, The IIEP Letter, to practices that support the successful implementation of educational plans. 

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In this issue...



Vision and action can change the world

By Suzanne Grant Lewis, IIEP Director

Education plans: turning intent into action 

By Anton de Grauwe, IIEP-UNESCO

Towards more effective administration administrations

By Anna Seeger, IIEP-UNESCO


From Cambodia to Ethiopa: experiences with M&E

By Mariela Buonomo Zabaleta and Amelie Gagnon, IIEP-UNESCO


The role of a national training centre in Afghanistan 

By Jimena Pereyra and Morten Sigsgaard, IIEP-UNESCO



Local context matters: Lessons from Comoros

By Koffi Seniagbeto, IIEP-Pôle de Dakar

Aligning actions with stratgic plans

By Khadim Sylla, IIEP-UNESCO

Reconciling planning & budget cycling

By Mariela Buonomo Zabaleta, IIEP-UNESCO

What is the most important step in plan implementation?


Meeting the 2030 Agenda in Latin America
By Camila Viteri Vidal, IIEP-Buenos Aires


Hone your skills today
By Jim Ackers, IIEP-UNESCO


A talk with the author Lucy Crehan


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