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OECD Environment 2h
Interested in Biosafety and modern biotechnology? Don't miss the side event today at at 18:15!
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OECD 2h
Yes, 58% of you got it: girls are more likely to be better in than boys only in Finland, per . See
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OECD 4h
students perform better in than non-immigrants in Australia, Canada, New Zealand & US:
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OECD 7h
momentum picking up in several advanced economies & strengthening in major emerging economies OECD
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OECD 8h
While nearly all young people in enrol in upper secondary , 18% end up w/out a degree report
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OECD 9h
Thanks for your comment - the OECD does do work on corporate governance, pls see or follow
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OECD 10h
on in govt & higher edu bodies fell in 2014 for first time since 1981, posing threat to
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OECD 11h
Transparency, efficiency, accountability: interested in ? Tap into the launch of our report at 9h
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Wikigender Dec 6
Women should not be victims. Share your ideas for safe online spaces by joining our discussion:
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OECD Dec 7
What’s the government debt per capita in Latin American & Caribbean () countries? Get the here
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OECD Dec 7
Which is the only country, per , in which girls are more likely to be better in than boys? (PDF)
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OECD Dec 7
Without renewed efforts, a further 10% of will be lost by 2050.
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IEA Dec 5
Don't miss our on the outlook for on Thursday 8th Dec. Sign-up today - it's open to all
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OECD Dec 7
2015: Get all the results & here Programme for International Assessment
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OECD Dec 6
Poorer students are 3x more likely to be low performers than wealthier , says new study. Read
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OECD Education Dec 6
Results from PISA 2015 cover 72 countries & economies: Get your country's results here
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OECD Dec 6
countries spend 8.7% GDP on avg on education, health, unemployment benefits & pensions, vs 16.8% in area
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OECD Dec 6
Annual in the OECD area picked up to 1.4% in October, compared to 1.2% in Sept. Get the
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OECD Dec 6
Despite a 20% increase in spending per student, only 12 countries improved performance in , see
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OECD Dec 6
tops latest survey; top OECD countries are Japan, Estonia, Finland & Canada
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