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OECD work on education and skills provides policymakers with the information they need to improve the quality of education worldwide.
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Countries w strong vocational programs in upper secondary education prepare youth better for jobs
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Promoting the learning and growth of via
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UN Education Report Jul 5
Ensuring qualified, trained, motivated & well supported teachers are available for all learners is essential:
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OECD Education Jul 3
Focus on vocational education and training () programmes | New Indicators in Focus
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OECD Education Jul 3
Are vocational programmes preparing school leavers for a risky job market?
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OECD Education Jul 2
More and more are high skilled – a promising development for future integration outcomes
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OECD Education Jul 2
WATCH: Building Strong Professional Learning Systems: What does the Intl Data Tell Us? by
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OECD Education Jul 2
Low-educated have higher employment rates than native-born peers but are often stuck in low-paid jobs
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OECD Education Jul 2
Youth with immigrant parents experience nearly 50% more unemployment in the than those with native-born parents
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OECD Education Jul 2
Almost 20% of people in the have a background. How does your country compare?
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OECD Jul 2
Where your parents were born still impacts your life: @A_Gurría report
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OECD Education Jul 2
Discrimination and poor job prospects hit of
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OECD Education Jul 1
Demystifying PISA: Like our for Parents Facebook page to get regular bite-size tips for better learning
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OECD Education Jul 1
New program of work foresees that & OECD will strengthen cooperation in 20 policy areas, including
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OECD Education Jun 30
Costa Rica is making substantive efforts to reinforce workplace learning in its system
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OECD Education Jun 30
in Costa Rica is seen as a key contributor to both economic development and social cohesion
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OECD Education Jun 29
Addressing equity & access issues are top priority in the policy agenda in Costa Rica | New report
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OECD Education Jun 29
Just published: A Skills beyond School Review of Costa Rica
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OECD Education Jun 29
Young people use their skills less than prime-age workers, even in similar occupations | Outlook
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OECD Education Jun 29
Many young people in OECD countries work during their studies | Outlook
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