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OECD CERI’s work on Trends Shaping Education highlights key economic, social, demographic and technological trends and their potential impact on education, as well as education’s potential to shape those trends. Based on a variety of robust international sources of data, including the OECD, the World Bank and the United Nations, the project provides two main outputs:
The future is always changing. Trends slow down and accelerate, bend and break. This is why strategic thinkers need to consider both the futures that appear most probable as well as those that we are not expecting. In addition to the Trends reports and spotlights, Trends Shaping Education provides:
The OECD CERI’s Trends work is a stimulus for thinking about major developments that may influence education in the near future as well as in the longer term. All of education is explored, from early childhood education and care through to tertiary education and lifelong learning.
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