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《Studies in Foreign Education》 2016-02
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A Critical Review on the Third Party Evaluation of Schools in Japan

LI Yuhui;School of Education,Shanghai Normal University;  
After the eighties and nineties,people lost trust in public education for itsever serious problems;and it was under this particular circumstance,together with decen-tralization,an external evaluation system was established. According to reports by MEXTand Education Committee of different level,Japan's "third party evaluation system" is de-rived from external evaluation system and has evolved into current state by going throughthree phases,namely,containment,independence and mixture,during which both the evalu-ator and the purpose of evaluation have changed significantly. Currently,the phase of "mix-ture" focuses on concrete local education and is constituted by three practical evaluatingmode:diagnosis,peer evaluation and committee evaluation. Although every practical modementioned above has its own cases of success,the limitation and deficiency of Japan's "third party evaluation system" caused by from-top-to-bottom structure,compared to thatof Western countries,can never be overlooked. It's of crucial importance to overcome thesebarriers.
【Fund】: 上海市浦江人才计划项目“专业标准在上海义务教育学校校长专业发展中的应用研究”(项目编号:C-6133-14-060002)
【CateGory Index】: G639.313
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