We asked over 4 000 children what they wanted to be when they grow up – many of their dream jobs are in traditionally gendered fields
In almost all PISA-participating countries and economies, girls reported more often than boys, and to a greater extent, that they fear failure.
by Simon NormandeauStatistician, Directorate for Education and Skills Gender biases can be persistent. Too persistent. A simple exercise to illustrate … More
by Dirk Van DammeHead of the Innovation and Measuring Progress Division, Directorate for Education and Skills It is well known … More
by Marilyn AchironEditor, Education and Skills Directorate Who wants to be a teacher? As this month’s PISA in Focus shows, … More
by Katarzyna KubackaAnalyst, Directorate for Education and Skills Looking at teachers at all levels of education, we learn that the … More