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November 9, 2023
Comparative Perspectives on School Segregation will be a key resource for academics, researchers, and advanced students of comparative education, educational leadership and policy, educational research, ethnic studies, research methods, economics of education, sociology of education, history of education and educational psychology.Read More
A discussion paper for the public on five key principles to improve the wellbeing, health and learning outcomes of every child in every community.Read More
September 14, 2023
The Quebec school system is unfair. Based on a market-oriented rationale, schools compete for the most profitable students in terms of income and academic achievements. The result is an inefficient and inequitable education system — the most unequal in the country according to the Conseil supérieur de l’éducation. Accordingly, we must act so that Quebec students learn together, regardless of their socio-economic background. This plan ...Read More
Governments are increasingly looking to international comparisons of education opportunities and outcomes as they develop
policies to enhance individuals’ social and economic prospects, provide incentives for greater efficiency in schooling, and help
to mobilise resources to meet rising demands. The OECD Directorate for Education and Skills contributes to these efforts by
developing and analysing the quantitative, ...
August 28, 2023
A new report published by The Australia Institute’s Centre for Future Work reveals the economic payoff of fully funding public schools would be two to four times the annual cost.
The report says that funding public schools to 100 per cent of the Schooling Resource Standard (SRS) requires an additional $6.6 billion per year but would deliver long term economic and fiscal benefits of between $17.8 billion and $24.7 billion a year.
August 22, 2023
This country policy profile on education in Australia is part of the Education Policy Outlook series. Building on the first policy profile for Australia (2013), it offers a concise analysis of where the education system stands today and how this compares to other systems. The profile analyses the evolution of ongoing and emerging related policy efforts in Australia, including education responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. It also offers relevant ...Read More
The High Performing Systems for Tomorrow (HPST) project was established in 2018 for jurisdictions that achieve outstanding results in the Programme
for International Student Assessment (PISA), and which share a commitment to exploring the next frontiers in education, for their own countries and the world. A key outcome of these dialogues, encapsulated in a series of OECD papers, was new thinking on the purposes of education. Broadly, ...
For more than three decades, NCEE has been leading major advances in American education, helping to build a better, more equitable public education system that prepares all students to thrive in a changing global economy. It has done this by studying education systems both domestically and around the globe to surface best practices and emerging innovations that can inspire American policymakers and practitioners to action. The NCEE asked Geoff ...Read More
The NSW Department of Education invited the OECD Implementing Education Policies project team to build on lessons from past reforms and receive feedback from the education profession and other stakeholders. Drawing from OECD’s international knowledge base and expertise, this report presents an in-depth assessment and offers concrete recommendations for enhancing the design and implementation of the DoE school improvement and broader education ...Read More
June 14, 2023
ACEL and ALL established a cooperative relationship to actively engage the ACEL community in discussion of the principles and ideas of the future school, with a focus on identifying a number of
Australian schools to lead the discussion and to share their learning. This paper by Sue Buckley, ACEL, highlights the successes of the partnership.