The Study on Social and Emotional Skills
|The Study on Social and Emotional Skills is an international survey that assesses the social and emotional skills of 10 and 15 year old students in a number of cities and countries around the world, identifying the conditions and practices that foster or hinder the development of these critical skills.
Learn about the origins and the aims of the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
Learn about the methodology of the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
See the key phases of the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Study on Social and
See previous and upcoming meetings related to the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
Listen to our recent Podcast, Episode 10: Why social and emotional skills matter in 21st century education, which discusses the value education is now placing on social and emotional skills.
Please see our brochure, Better understanding our youth's social and emotional development. This brochure provides information about the Study and the rationale for conducting a study on social and emotional skills.
Skills for Social Progress (2015)
This page provides access to reports prepared within the framework of the OECD projects on Education and Social Progress and Social Outcomes of Learning.