The OECD Education Policy Outlook National Survey for Comparative Policy Analysis (update for 2016)- Countries completed an Education Policy Outlook (EPO) survey for the first time in 2013, covering context, challenges and policy responses according to the Education Policy Outlook analytical framework. This survey, sent out to countries in November 2016, aims to update this information to build on the existing comparative knowledge base on how countries' education-related challenges, key issues, goals and policy responses have evolved in recent years. Data collected through this survey will therefore update and enrich the information gathered previously, in order to develop comparative analysis on education reform processes, covering their implementation, evaluation, evolution and completion.
Workshop for National Coordinators- National Co-ordinators of the Education Policy Outlook and representatives from other key organisations (the European Commission, UNESCO, the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD and the Business Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD) came together on 27-28 June for a workshop on Defining Comparative Policy Pathways of Implementation and Evaluation of Policies to discuss emerging education challenges in their countries today, and how to make the work of the Education Policy Outlook most relevant and useful to their education system’s needs.
Launch events - Within the framework of collaboration between the Education Policy Outlook and the European Commission, joint launch events have been organised in Hungary and Poland during 2015. National education stakeholders came together to discuss findings from the Education and Training Monitor and the Education Policy Outlook country profiles for these countries.
Blog post by Beatriz Pont - Shared challenges in reforming education systems: are we getting it right?
International conference on “Making Reforms Happen hosted by the Department for Education (England) on 22-23 January in London.
Voices of Education Policy are short interviews with policy makers based on the Education Policy Outlook Country Profiles.