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In general terms, accountability can be defined as a process by which actors provide reasons for their actions against the backdrop of possible negative (or positive) consequences.
(Source: Hooge, Burns & Wilkoszewski 2012).

The concept of accountability is particularly important in the context of decentralized education systems that encourage school autonomy, including decisions concerning the curriculum.

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