30 août 2019

Offering better labour-market opportunities to all Malaysian women: a win-win strategy

The Malaysian labour market is facing substantial skills imbalances, including shortages in a range of occupations and skills. To tackle these imbalances, the 2019 OECD Economic Survey of Malaysia features a special focus on skills development and on how better labour-market opportunities could be offered to all Malaysian women. More...

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Teaching, collaboration and the future of education: insights from teachers in the Slovak Republic

In a typical classroom, once the door closes and the lesson begins, the teacher is alone to do their work. Yet although moments like these can make teaching seem like a solitary endeavour, collaboration among teachers is a fundamental – and increasingly critical – part of the profession. Results from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) show that teacher collaboration is strongly related with students’ performance, as well as teachers’ job satisfaction and self-efficacy. More...

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What regional data tells us about educational attainment and labour-market outcomes

How much do you know about the region you live in and how it compares with other regions in your country? What about at the international level? Despite the wealth of information on the state of education around the world in our annual publication Education at a Glance, most countries are still unable to compare regional performance at the national and international level. More...

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Évolution des salaires de base par branche professionnelle en 2018 - Légère accélération et pouvoir d’achat stabilisé

Au 4e trimestre 2018, le salaire mensuel de base (SMB) dans les entreprises de 10 salariés ou plus progresse de 1,6 % par rapport à l’année précédente, après +1,4 % fin 2017. Comme l’indice des prix à la consommation augmente de 1,6 % en 2018, après +1,0 % en 2017, le pouvoir d’achat du SMB est stable (0,0 % après +0,4 % en 2017).
Dans les trois quarts des regroupements de branches, le SMB accélère ou progresse au même rythme qu’en 2017, le SMB le plus dynamique demeurant celui des « professions juridiques et comptables », accompagné, en 2018, par celui de la « métallurgie et sidérurgie ». La progression du SMB est moins forte dans les regroupements de branches relevant des services.
L’ampleur des augmentations de minima des accords salariaux de branche est identique à celle de 2017, mais le nombre d’accords signés et le nombre de salariés concernés par un relèvement de minima reculent. En conséquence, l’indice des minima de branche (IMB) ralentit en glissement annuel (+0,8 % au 4e trimestre 2018, après +1,0 % en 2017).
En 2018, les salaires mensuels de base des ouvriers et des cadres sont les plus dynamiques (+1,7 % chacun). Celui des employés progresse au même rythme qu’en 2017 (+1,3 %).

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Best education and training aim for Finnish EU Presidency

HomeIn its programme for the second semester of 2019 the Finnish EU Presidency puts emphasis ‘on taking full advantage of research, development, innovation and digitalisation.’ Fostering skills education and training is part of an EU strategy to create sustainable growth and wellbeing for its citizens. More...

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Ten things you need to know about higher education today

Higher education systems today face a number of challenges, including rising costs, persistent inequality and inconsistent quality. We shed light on these challenges in a new OECD report, Benchmarking Higher Education System Performance, which marks the first comprehensive analysis of OECD higher education systems in over a decade. More...

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Why it’s so hard to compare early childhood education and care across the world

There is a growing consensus across the world about the importance of quality early childhood education and care (ECEC). Evidence shows that participating in high-quality ECEC can have a positive effect on children’s well-being, learning and development in the first years of their lives. More...

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How education can help bolster civic engagement

Twitter, Facebook and other social media services filled the vacuum of a free press in Arab Spring countries, and were key in helping activists to organise protests and evade governmental control. Social media delivered important information to people on the ground and encouraged many to participate in the demonstrations – even those who never engaged in public matters before. More...

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The future of research: Assessing the impact of Plan S, 5-6 November, Leuven, Belgium

Join us for this international event at KU Leuven, where our distinguished panels of experts will debate the prospects for researchers, universities, learned societies, academies and publishers. The conference is free and open to all and includes a welcome reception at the historic University Library on the evening before the conference. More...

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The European Commission seeks four experts to join the European Green Capital and European Green Leaf Expert Panel

The European Commission is seeking four experts to join the European Green Capital Award (EGCA) and European Green Leaf Award (EGLA) Expert Panel. Experts are required in the following four environmental indicator areas. More...

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