Consequences of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis will hit those worst off hardest. Education is no exception. How prepared are our teachers and schools?
Five-year-olds from disadvantaged families are already behind more advantaged children in their learning & development. But it doesn’t need to be this way.
Schools and education systems worldwide are reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is an opportunity to learn from innovative initiatives being taken.
Alternative credentials – such as digital badges, micro-credentials and professional/industry certificates – are increasing in popularity and recognition.
In almost all PISA-participating countries and economies, girls reported more often than boys, and to a greater extent, that they fear failure.
Many people believe too much testing may have toxic effects – so much so that “teaching to the test” and “learning for a test” are seen as diverting valuable time and resources from education