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 Estonian Lifelong Learning Strategy 2020, Ministry of Education and Research, 2014.
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.
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. (2016). PISA 2015 High Performers - Estonia.
The Eurydice Country database provides an overview of national education systems with detailed information concerning for example organization and governance, funding, management and education staff, quality assurance, mobility and ongoing reforms and policy development.
The Education and Training Monitor is an annual publication of the European Commission that captures the evolution of education and training in the EU. It relies on a broad range of quantitative and qualitative sources, including Eurostat data, OECD studies and surveys, analysis of education systems undertaken by the Eurydice network, quantitative analysis of survey datasets, and academic networks.
Reports and academic works
Lees, M. (2016). Estonian education system 1990-2016: Reforms and their impact. Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.