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Information and communication technologies are transforming career information and guidance services, just as they are transforming service delivery in other sectors (e.g. banking and health services). This poses major issues for policy-makers. T...
As well as the bigger picture and broad trends, the Schooling for Tomorrow programme is focusing on the "micro" level of innovation taking place in schools and learning networks.
This part of the Schooling for Tomorrow programme is trying to grasp the "big picture ": key trends - in education, society, culture, the economy, and political life - and the different possible futures they bring.
Environment and School Initiatives (ENSI) is a decentralised international network under the umbrella of OECD/CERI. Since its inception in 1986, ENSI has brought together school initiatives, educators and other stakeholders in countries primarily across the OECD area (Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America) to promote and understand activities promoting sustainable development in schools and their communities. ENSI supports
The thematic review of the first years of tertiary education, was organised as part of the regular programme of education policy reviews.
Reviews of national policies for education are most prominent among a range of activities that lead to analyses of education policy development and implementation in response to or anticipation of wider economic and social trends and developments.
In 1999 long-term aims were set by China for the development of all types of education towards the year 2010. The goal for tertiary education was to achieve an enrolment ratio of 15% of the 18-22 age group. There are fairly clear indications that...
Learning is an essential basis for progress in the 'knowledge society'; it is critical for economic growth and social welfare. OECD Member countries have committed themselves to making lifelong learning a reality for all. But the resources requir...