Reports


  • 2-May-2001

    English

    The Well-being of Nations: The Role of Human and Social Capital

    In a rapidly changing world, the success of nations, communities and individuals may be linked, more than ever before, to how they adapt to change, learn and share knowledge. This report helps clarify the concepts of human and social capital and ...

  • 1-April-2001

    English

    Designs for Learning - 55 Exemplary Educational Facilities

    This book is a compilation devoted to high quality school and university buildings from 21 countries. Full-colour photographs and plans illustrate the 55 educational facilities selected by an international jury in recognition of their forward-loo...

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  • 1-March-2001

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    Thematic Review on Adult Learning - Denmark Background Report

    The main purpose of the thematic review on adult learning is to understand adults’ access and participation in education and training and to enhance policies and approaches to increase incentives for adults to undertake learning activities in OECD countries.

  • 18-January-2001

    English

    Cities and Regions in the New Learning Economy

    Is there a "new learning economy"? Do regions and cities play new roles in terms of governance and intervention in order to promote learning, innovation, productivity and economic performance at the local level?

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  • 1-December-2000

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    United States and European School-aged Disability Prevalence: An Investigative Study to Elaborate Differences

    In 1995 the OECD published the first comprehensive set of data intended to provide a comparative review of the educational provision for students with disabilities and disadvantages in OECD countries. That study found that although there were technical difficulties in making comparisons due to definitional differences among countries, sufficiently large differences did appear to exist among the countries to indicate the occurrence of

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  • 1-September-2000

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    Social Exclusion, Children, and Education: Conceptual and Measurement Issues

    Social exclusion has become one of the important themes in contemporary social policy debates in OECD countries. While there is a considerable debate about the precise meaning of the term (Evans, Paugham, and Prelis, 1995, Atkinson, 1998a, Klasen...

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  • 1-September-2000

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    Risks and Outcomes of Social Exclusion Insights from Longitudinal Data

    Children's vulnerability to adverse social and economic circumstances is well established. Socio-economic background is one of the main predictors of cognitive development that provide the underpinnings of educational achievement, and on which mu...

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  • 1-September-2000

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    Social Exclusion in the United States: Policy Implications for Community Solutions

    During the 1960's, beginning with the Great Society initiatives of the Johnson administration, there was an enlargement of existing policies and creation of new policies and programs to address the issue of poverty in the United States. In the 19...

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  • 1-September-2000

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    The New Learning for Inclusion and Capability: Towards Community Governance in the Education Action Zones

    If cities, in the global age, are to address the twin tasks of economic regeneration and social inclusion they will require a renaissance in learning (EC/Fast). This challenge is to develop the capabilities (Sen, 1985; 1990; Nussbaum and Sen, 1...

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  • 1-September-2000

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    Social Exclusion and Children - Creating Identify Capital: Some Conceptual Issues and Practical Solutions

    The concept of "social exclusion" was first popularised in 1974 in France, by René Lenoir the then Secretary of State for Social Action and was used to refer to the "physically disabled", the "mentally disabled" and the "socially maladjusted". Len...

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