The Study on Social and Emotional Skills is an international survey that
assesses 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 of the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
Learn about the aims of the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
Find some of the most frequently asked questions about the Study on Social and Emotional Skills here.
Please see our brochure, . This brochure provides information about the Study and the rationale for conducting a study on social and emotional skills. Better understanding our youth's social and emotional development
A detailed explanation on the Study and the skills it includes are available in the booklet, . Social and Emotional Skills - Well-being, connectedness and success
Please read the blog we wrote for the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) here.
Please read the blog we wrote for the International Test Commission Newsletter here.
See previous and upcoming
meetings related to the Study on Social and Emotional Skills.
Ms. Rowena Phair
Ms. Fiona Parsons
Mr. Miloš Kankaraš
Mr. Javier Suarez-Alvarez
Ms. Mia Tuzovic
Social and Emotional Skills for Student Success and Well-being: Conceptual Framework for the OECD Study on Social and Emotional Skills (2018)
Personality Matters: Relevance and Assessment of Personality Characteristics (2017)
PISA 2015 Results (Volume III): Students’ Well-Being (2017)
Skills for Social Progress (2015)
Fostering and Measuring Skills: Improving Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills to Promote Lifetime Success (2014)
Improving Health and Social Cohesion through Education (2011)
This page provides access to
reports prepared within the framework of the OECD projects on Education and Social Progress and Social Outcomes of Learning.