Planipolis (IIEP UNESCO) is a portal of national education plans and policies and key education frameworks and monitoring reports. It provides a single entry point to official education resources.
The 7th edition of the World Data on Education 2010/11 (UNESCO International Bureau of education) contains detailed and systematized information on education systems, with a particular emphasis on curricula and curriculum development processes.
UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, World TVET Database: New Zealand
The OECD Education Policy Outlook Profiles review the current context and situation of countries’ education system and examines challenges and policy responses, according to six policy levers: How to raise outcomes for all students in terms of 1) equity and quality and 2) preparing students for the future; How to raise education institutions’ quality through 3) school improvement and 4) evaluation and assessment and; How the system is organised to deliver education policy in terms of 5) governance and 6) funding.
OECD Starting Strong IV - Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Data Country Note, 2016.
Reports and academic works
Mitchell, D. (2016).Inclusive education strategies in New Zealand, a leader in inclusive education. In Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri 4(2), 19–29.
UNESCO. (2014). Education Systems in ASEAN+6 Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Selected Educational Issues, Education Policy Research Series, Discussion Document No. 5, UNESCO Bangkok Office.