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Equity and Inclusion in Education: Finding Strength through Diversity

Find out how different interventions at the school level can be leveraged to advance equity and inclusion in education, and support all students in the classroom.

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This Forum discussion will focus on what can be done to help young people find professional opportunities, harness their skills and experience in a way that employers will value, and better understand workplace expectations. #OECDForum

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Global Teaching InSights: Share Your Experiences with ChatGPT
 

AI language models, like Open AI’s ChatGPT, with their ability to write essays, compile data, and even successfully pass exams, seem to be the talk of the day. Global Teaching InSights would like to invite school leaders and teachers to share your examples on how this new tool is changing your practice and what steps you have taken to address its limitations and risks, and support an effective use of these technologies.

 
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Data Spotlight


Do your students have an environmental sense-of-purpose? Of the three attitudes measured, which include environmental awareness and self-efficacy in environmental understanding, environmental sense-of-purpose shows the highest incidence among 15-year-old students. Almost four out of five students reported having environmental sense-of-purpose on average across countries and economies with available data in PISA 2018.

Click on graph to read more from the report  Are Students Ready to Take on Environmental Challenges

Environmental sense-of-purpose
Percentage of students who reported that looking after the global environment is important to them

Bar graph showing the difference in reading performance of students who read and those who rarely or never read books against the format of reading. Students that say they read more often in paper format performed on average 70 points higher in reading than those who reported that they rarely or never read books (around 50 points higher after accounting for students' and schools' socio-economic profile, and gender). Students that read books more often on digital devices scored around 20 points more than those that rarely or never read and those that read books equally often in paper format and on digital devices scored around 50 points higher than those that rarely or never read books.

OECD, PISA 2018 Database

 

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