Francesca Gottschalk is an analyst in the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation’s 21st Century Children project. She was a co-editor and contributing author to Education in the Digital Age: Healthy and Happy Children (2020) and Educating 21st Century Children: Emotional Well-Being in the Digital Age (2019). She has worked on other projects in the directorate including Strength Through Diversity: Education for Inclusive Societies and the ITEL Teacher Knowledge Survey . Francesca holds a master’s degree from the American University of Paris in Public Policy and International Affairs, and an honours bachelor of science from the University of Toronto in Human Biology, and Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health.
Jordan Hill is an Analyst in the Strengthening the Impact of Education Research project and the 21st Century Children project. He holds a BA in History from Royal Holloway, University of London and an MA in International Relations from the College of Europe, Bruges. Before joining the OECD, Jordan worked as a Research Manager in a Brussels-based public policy consultancy, delivering a wide range of EU-funded research projects. Previous to this he was working on higher education policy for a London university association.