Government Policy on Teacher Evaluation in Greece

Michail D. Chrysos


After nearly two decades of freedom from evaluation, teachers in Greece became the focus of a new evaluation system. In 1998, reformers sought to raise the level of student performance by the regulation of teacher performance through a top-down evaluation system administered by the Greek Ministry of Education and Religous Affairs. The probable effects of this evaluation system on teachers' professional roles and development are analyzed.


Educational Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Government Role; Teacher Evaluation

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