Andreas Schleicher with his insights from the new PISA assessment of students’ ability to live in multicultural, interconnected societies
During the coronavirus crisis, digital tools have become a lifeline for education. But learning from home could amplify existing inequalities.
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
by Carlos González-SanchoAnalyst, OECD Directorate for Education and Skills Most people see social inequities in education as stubbornly persistent. Children … More
by Andreas SchleicherDirector, Directorate for Education and Skills The latest results from PISA are released today. Before you look to … More
by Marilyn AchironEditor, Directorate for Education and Skills Can PISA results predict the quality of a country’s labour force one … More