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The primary purpose of the report is to explore the impact of PISA reading scores on the early labour market outcomes of young Canadians of the Youth in Transition Survey.
Pathways to Success presents the results of a study carried out in Canada which has been following the progress over nearly a decade of the Canadian students who sat the test of the Programme for International Student Assessment in the year 2000.
Les Clés de la Réussite présente les résultats d'une étude qui a été menée au Canada. Le but de l'étude est le suivi du parcours, sur presque dix ans, de jeunes Canadiens qui ont participé au test du PISA en 2000.
Using data from the Youth in Transition Survey (YITS), this paper provides an up-to-date description of educational and labour market pathways (or transitions) among Canadian youth.
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The self evaluation report for the State of Victoria (Australia) was prepared by the Victorian Government Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development, as an input to the OECD Review of Higher Education in Regional and City Development.
Over the last decade, Canada has experienced a substantial increase in the number of individuals participating in post-secondary education (PSE). This trend emphasizes the importance of understanding the pathways leading to PSE enrolment and the competencies that are associated with them.
Against the Odds takes a close look at the resilient students who excel in PISA surveys despite a disadvantaged background.
The OECD Review on Evaluation and Assessment Frameworks for Improving School Outcomes looks at the various components of assessment and evaluation frameworks that countries use to improve student outcomes. These include student assessment, teacher appraisal, school assessment and system evaluati
This paper provides initial reflections on the impact of the economic crisis on education across the OECD area by analysing the OECD educationtoday crisis survey responses of June 2009.
With ongoing migration of the younger cohorts to urban areas, the increase in the old-age dependency ratio will be even more pronounced in rural than in urban areas.