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The experience of Russian and foreign universities in technology commercialisation will be the subject of discussions in Saratov on 14-15 November 2005. These discussions will build on the results of past workshops (Moscow 2002, Ekaterinburg 2003 and St. Petersburg 2004) and will involve participants from the OECD, CRDF, the Russian Ministry for Education and Science, OECD member governments and a number of Russian and non-Russian
The first Forum on the theme of The Challenges for Education in a Global Economy was co-hosted with the Chilean Ministry of Education and was held in Santiago on 24-25 October 2005.
This working paper assesses the potential economic benefits from structural reforms in Greece.
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A document setting out ideas for the structure of the PISA assessment for the PISA 2009 cycle and beyond.
The objectives of the WEI programme are to: explore education indicator methodologies; reach consensus on a set of common policy concerns amenable to cross-national comparison and agree upon a set of key indicators that reflect these concerns; review methods and data collection instruments needed to develop these measures; and set the direction for further developmental work and analysis beyond this initial set of indicators.
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Articles: Structures for learning in New Zealand; The University of Salamanca’s new campus; School grounds in Austria; An urban renewal school project in Italy; Planning, designing and managing higher education institutions.
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PEB Exchange, la revista de la OCDE para la construcción y el equipamiento de la educación
This working paper first underscores the importance of a good general business climate in encouraging both formal and informal R&D activity as well as ensuring Hungary benefits from the international diffusion of innovation.
This book provides an internationally comparable set of indicators on educational provision for students with disabilities, learning difficulties and disadvantages. It looks in detail at the students concerned, where they are educated (special schools, special classes or regular classes) and what their level of education is (pre-primary, primary, lower secondary and upper secondary education). It also includes information on the
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PEB Exchange - Spanish, no. 55, June 2005