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  • 30-September-2015

    English

    Are the world’s schools making inequality worse? (OECD Education Today Blog)

    The answer appears to be yes. Schooling plays a surprisingly large role in short-changing the most economically disadvantaged students of critical math skills, according to a study published today in Educational Researcher, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Educational Research Association.

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  • 22-September-2015

    English

    Spain’s future prosperity depends on skills (OECD Education Today Blog)

    Spain is emerging from a challenging period. The good news is that the economy has returned to moderate growth and unemployment rates are falling. Yet Spain’s progress along the path to inclusive growth may well falter if steps are not taken today to boost skills outcomes.

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  • 22-September-2015

    English

    El futuro próspero de España pasa por mejorar el nivel de competencias de la población y eliminar los obstáculos a la creación de empleo

    Un nuevo informe de la OCDE sostiene que, si bien es cierto que la economía española viene mostrando claros signos de recuperación y pese al descenso de la tasa de desempleo, es necesario adoptar medidas adicionales para mejorar el nivel de competencias de la población en España y eliminar los obstáculos que dificultan la innovación y creación de empleo.

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  • 22-septembre-2015

    Français

    La prospérité de l’Espagne de demain dépendra de sa capacité à élever ses niveaux de compétence et à supprimer les obstacles à l’embauche

    Selon un nouveau rapport de l’OCDE, en dépit de signes clairs de reprise économique et d’un recul du chômage, l’Espagne devra prendre de nouvelles mesures pour renforcer les compétences de ses citoyens et supprimer les obstacles à l’innovation et à l’emploi.

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  • 21-September-2015

    English

    OECD Education and Skills Newsletter - September 2015

    Bringing you the highlights from the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills

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  • 19-septembre-2015

    Français, Excel, 2,434kb

    Brochure de la direction de l’éducation et des compétences

    La Direction de l’éducation et des compétences de l’OCDE aide les individus et les nations à identifier et acquérir les connaissances et les compétences qui permettent l’accès à des emplois meilleurs et des vies meilleures, créent de la prospérité et favorisent l’inclusion sociale.

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  • 17-septembre-2015

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    L'enseignement à la loupe No. 13 - Convictions et pratiques pédagogiques

    La plupart des enseignants ayant participé à l’Enquête internationale sur l’enseignement et l’apprentissage (TALIS) estiment que leur rôle est d’aider les élèves à effectuer leurs propres recherches et qu’il est préférable de laisser les élèves réfléchir eux-mêmes à des solutions pour résoudre des problèmes pratiques avant de leur montrer la marche à suivre.

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  • 15-September-2015

    English

    PISA in Focus No. 55 - Who are the best online readers?

    The top-performing country in the PISA assessment of digital reading was Singapore, followed by Korea, Hong Kong-China, Japan, Canada and Shanghai-China.

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  • 15-September-2015

    English

    Students, computers and learning: Where’s the connection? (OECD Education Today Blog)

    Totally wired. That’s our image of most 15-year-olds and the world they inhabit. But a new, ground-breaking report on students’ digital skills and the learning environments designed to develop those skills, paints a very different picture.

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  • 15-September-2015

    English

    Students, Computers and Learning - Making the Connection

    Are there computers in the classroom? Does it matter? Students, Computers and Learning: Making the Connection examines how students’ access to and use of information and communication technology (ICT) devices has evolved in recent years, and explores how education systems and schools are integrating ICT into students’ learning experiences. Based on results from PISA 2012, the report discusses differences in access to and use of ICT – what are collectively known as the “digital divide” – that are related to students’ socio-economic status, gender, geographic location, and the school a child attends. The report highlights the importance of bolstering students’ ability to navigate through digital texts. It also examines the relationship among computer access in schools, computer use in classrooms, and performance in the PISA assessment. As the report makes clear, all students first need to be equipped with basic literacy and numeracy skills so that they can participate fully in the hyper-connected, digitised societies of the 21st century.

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