Educationtoday : un nouveau site de l'OCDE

Educationtoday : un nouveau site de l'OCDE

L'Organisation de développement et de coopération économiques (OCDE) a lancé un nouveau site qui donne accès à ses dernières publications en matière d'éducation ainsi qu'aux statistiques et données qu'elle compile, par pays ou autres critères de recherche.

Plusieurs plate-formes d'échanges, dont un blog maintenu par des experts internationaux, permettent également à tous et à toutes de partager leurs idées sur  les politiques en éducation et l'éducation en général, notamment en vue de la rencontre des ministres de l'Éducation, organisée par l'OCDE, qui aura lieu à Paris en novembre 2011.

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Want to help influence education policy around the world?

The OECD gives you 6 easy ways to get involved:

Educationtoday, the OECD’s new social media tool, gives you:

  • easy access to the latest education research from the OECD’s leading international experts and practitioners.
  • key country-specific statistics and clear summaries of the impact of the crisis on education in individual countries;
  • a quick snapshot of education-related policy, statistics, case studies and best practices by topic or tag;
  • a means to share your ideas about education and education policy with policy makers, university administrations, students  and people in all walks of life from around the world.

We believe education powers the future. Join us in shaping a better future for all.

Here’s how:

  1. Find us
    ..  by clicking here or typing into your browser.
  2. Explore cutting edge information
    Explore our up-to-the minute information, evidence and discussions on the challenges facing education, the economy and society today. Browse by country, tags or recent content. Whatever you want, you can find it here!
  3. Join our network
    Join educationtoday, and network with other members of this fast-growing international community of stakeholders in education. Help shape education for the post-crisis economy by contributing to our country-specific wiki pages.
  4. Have your say
    Check out our blog and take part in discussions with OECD analysts and leading experts worldwide. Your voice can make a difference.
  5. Share your experience
    Are you a student, a parent, a teacher, a researcher? Share your own experience of how the crisis is affecting education. Simply upload a short text, photo or video. Your perspective may make a difference to Education Ministers when they meet in Paris in November 2010.
  6. Tell us what you think
    Tell us what you think about educationtoday and let us know what you are doing in your own country. Every little bit helps.

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