EDUCERI › Third GCES thematic conference: "Effective Multi-level Governance in Education", 17-18 June 2013, in Paris at UNESCO Headquarters
“Effective Multi-level Governance in Education" was the Third Thematic Conference for the OECD-project “Governing Complex Education Systems” (GCES). Jointly organized by the OECD's Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) and UNESCO, this conference was held in Paris on 17-18 June 2013 at UNESCO Headquarters at 7 place de Fontenoy, 75007.
This conference looked at multi-level governance of complex education systems and asked the following questions:
The conference also presented the latest empirical results of the GCES Case Study Series.
Welcome presentation – GCES Conference –Andreas Schleicher
Keynote presentation – The Simple Art of Governing Complex Systems – Ben Levin
Keyote presentation – When Evidence Confronts Politics: Competing Rationalities in the 'Smart State' – Dirk Van Damme
Opening presentation II – Governing Complex Education Systems – Tracey Burns
Overview of Workshop Topics – Tracey Burns and Harald Wilkoszewski
Case Study for Norway: Assessment for Learning – Therese Hopfenbeck
Emerging Synergies Across GCES Case Studies – Henno Theisens
Closing remarks – Barbara Ischinger
Summary Report of GCES Third Thematic Conference