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Deborah Nusche is a Senior Analyst in the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, where she leads several strands of work on school education policy. She most recently co-ordinated the OECD School Resources Review, with the participation of over 20 countries, resulting in a series of country-specific reviews and comparative reports on school funding (The Funding of School Education), infrastructure ( ) and human resources (Working and Learning Together). She previously worked on comparative international studies on evaluation and assessment in education ( ), migrant education ( ) and school leadership ( ) and contributed to the OECD’s work on the . With the OECD since 2007, she has led country-specific education policy reviews in Europe, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand. She previously worked at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and holds a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Sciences Po Paris.
Andreea Minea-Pic is a Policy Analyst in the Directorate for Education and Skills. She joined the School Resources Review team in April 2020 and since then, has been working on the use of ICT resources in school education and teacher professional learning. Before joining the team, she was an Analyst in the OECD Centre for Skills, where she co-authored the OECD Skills Outlook 2019- Thriving in a Digital World, led the review on Making the Most of Technology for Learning and Training in Latin Americaandcontributed to the development of the OECD Skills Outlook 2021 on effective lifelong learning policies. Previously, she also participated in several projects and reviews carried out within the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs on social policies for youth, labour market informality and social benefits recipients. Andreea obtained a PhD in Economics from Sciences Po Paris and her research has focused on the school-to-labour market transitions of youth, the labour market discrimination of ethnic minorities and the effectiveness of jobs programs for low-skilled youth.
Luka Boeskens is a Policy Analyst in the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills where he is currently working with the School Resources Review team. He joined the organisation as a Carlo Schmid Fellow in September 2015. Since then, Luka has contributed to the team’s country review reports, conducted analyses on the funding of private education and co-ordinated thematic work on the organisation of school facilities, sectors and programmes. He has co-authored the project’s synthesis reports The Funding of School Education (2017), Responsive School Systems (2018) and Working and Learning Together (2019). Luka holds an MSc in Sociology and a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and was a visiting student at Dartmouth College.
Makito Yurita is a Policy Analyst in the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills where he is working with the School Resources Review team since April 2019. He is seconded from the National Institute for Teachers and Staff Development in Japan where he was a Senior Research Fellow in the areas of teachers’ professional development and learning. Previously, Makito was an associate professor at Shimane University where he was a programme chair for the primary teacher preparation programme. He earned his B.A. in History from Doshisha University, M.A. in American Studies from The Pennsylvania State University, and Ph.D. in American Studies from Michigan State University.
Simon Roy is an analyst in the Directorate for Education and Skills, where he is currently undertaking an internal secondment with the School Resources Review and Teachers’ Professional Learning Study. Simon’s work at the OECD more generally focuses on higher education policy, including interlinkages with school policy and higher education’s role in initial teacher education. He has recently completed work on a review of the labour market alignment of higher education in four US states, where the challenges of ensuring adequate supply of qualified teachers featured prominently. He also leads the Education Directorate’s work on resourcing higher education. He previously worked at the European Commission on European cooperation in education policy.