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The CELE international conference "Higher Education Spaces and Places: For Learning, Innovation and Knowledge Exchange", being held jointly with the University of Latvia in Riga, will explore how to create sustainable educational facilities that will meet the needs of future generations.
The debate on teacher education has gained special importance, as teacher quality is more and more being identified as decisive to student outcomes. It is now acknowledged that teachers are the school variable that influences the most student achievement.
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This is the Spanish version of the first AHELO brochure. The OECD is carrying out an evaluation of what students in higher education know and can do upon graduation: the AHELO project (Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes).
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Con más de 34 millones de estudiantes, de los cuales alrededor de 26 millones cursan la educación básica, el sistema educativo en México es numeroso y complejo: pobreza y desigualdad, variedad étnica y lingüística son algunos de los rasgos que lo caracterizan.
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This review of vocational education and training (VET is part of ―Learning for Jobs‖, the OECD policy study of VET – a programme of analytical work and individual country reviews designed to help countries make their VET systems more responsive to labour market needs.
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Este documento ofrece un breve panorama de los procesos de centralización y descentralización ocurridos en la estructura organizativa del sistema educativo nacional.
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Este informe presenta la situación actual en que se desenvuelve el liderazgo en las escuelas del sistema de educación básica en México (SEBM).
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16th to 18th September 2009 - Astana, Kazakhstan
Summary of discussion and next steps - Pasi Sahlberg, European Training Foundation
Growing advantages for the better educated and likely continuing high levels of unemployment as economies move out of recession will provide more and more young people with strong incentives to stay on in education.