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This article analyzes the design and implementation of peer evaluation (PE) in Mexico (2014-2017), a policy that was part of the Educational Reform of 2013. We compare the design of the PE as planned in the normative guidelines, to its implementation. Data was collected through qualitative techniques that comprised desk study, as well as interviews and focus groups with key participants of the PE process. Findings reveal a dissociation between the design and the implementation of an educational policy of national scope. The findings highlight the lack of clarity regarding the attributions of the stakeholders involved, coordination problems between institutions and between levels of government, as well as the absence of some key actors in the implementation.
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