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An international PEB conference entitled “Inclusion and Integration through Innovation: The Role of 21st Century Learning Environments in Promoting Social Participation and Access to Education for Learners with Special Needs” in Auckland, New Zealand, on 17-20 August 2008.
Speech of Deputy Secretary-General Aart de Geus at the launch of the OECD Thematic Review on Migrant Education
Work carried out on Indigenous Education and Migrant Education is part of an OECD project on Education and Diversity .
The project on Education and Diversity project has two strands of activities: migrant education and <
The OECD Thematic Review on Migrant Education will focus on the education outcomes of children of immigrants, with an emphasis on ‘schools’ (pre-school, primary school, and secondary school), while noting that the process of integration is multi-directional, interactive, and non-linear.
The launch of the OECD Thematic Review on Migrant Education took place from 21-22 January 2008. The OECD Deputy Secretary-General, Aart de Geus made an opening addre
This site is dedicated to the output results on education and diversity of the Education Policy Committee of the OECD.
A special session of the PEB Governing Board in November 2007 highlighted a range of approaches and good practices in developing environmentally sustainable learning environments.
Information page for the Directorate for Education's Programme on Co-operation with Non-member Economies
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Articles: Japan’s Eco-school Programme; School Buildings in Greece: The Bioclimatic Challenge and a Photovoltaic Pilot Project; Using Minimum Energy in Ireland’s Schools; Sustainability Actions in Australia; Green Buildings in Use: Post Occupancy Evaluations; Lessons learned in the United Kingdom