6 September 2022 | Many young people are aware of climate change however data shows that some lack the skills to take concrete actions against it. How can schools build sustainability competences and how can we make a greener future together?
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Don’t look up; look forward: How are global trends shaping education?
18 January 2022 | A comet might not be heading for Earth, but we should prepare education systems for unknown future shocks – our new report helps do just that
Looking for green engineers – Insights from PISA 2018
Green jobs will be a key part of future economies. How can education systems encourage young people into these roles?
Green at fifteen – what schools can do to support the climate
PISA data show students have strong knowledge of climate issues. But how can we help them mobilise that knowledge to take action?
Are students ready to thrive in an interconnected world? The first PISA assessment of global competence provides some answers
Andreas Schleicher with his insights from the new PISA assessment of students’ ability to live in multicultural, interconnected societies
How students and parents feel about the future of the environment
PISA data suggest that such anxiety isn’t exclusive to today’s teenagers. In fact, parents in some countries are even more pessimistic about the environment than their children are.