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Labour market outcomes have improved markedly in the past years as the beneficial effects of the economic upswing were reinforced by important structural reforms.
These articles have been published in the journal of the OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments (CELE). Prior to 2009, the journal was called “PEB Exchange”.
Greece needs to enhance its education performance. While important challenges remain at all levels, early childhood education and care and the upper secondary education are in most need of reforms.
15-20 January 2010 – International Union of Architects seminar in Mumbai, India, with a study trip to Goa, contact Prof. Sumant Wandrekar: email@example.com September 2011 – International Union
High public debt leaves virtually no room for fiscal manoeuvre to limit the impact of the crisis in Greece. The close trade and banking links established with the Balkan countries might be a risk in the near future.
Despite improved fundamentals, Mexico is hit hard by the financial crisis, being exposed to several simultaneous external shocks. A welcome, but weak, stimulus was passed for 2009, and policy will likely need to be supportive also in 2010.
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Norway follows the social model of disability, where “disability” is defined as a product of socially constructed barriers restricting individuals with impairments from participating equally in society.
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The present country report describes the context of the policies and provisions related to support and aid for students with disabilities or learning difficulties in Denmark. It also describes the key factors that are influencing transition policies in the educational field for disabled students and includes references and descriptions of related factors in the field of employment.
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The OECD is looking for monetary sponsorship in its efforts to conduct a feasibility study to assess learning outcomes and enhance student success globally.
This paper uses a large dataset combining census, household survey and budgetary data for nearly 4 000 Brazilian municipalities to estimate the impact of government spending on education and health outcomes.