Trends Shaping Education 2008
OECD Publishing, Sep 2, 2008 - 88 pages
This new biennial publication presents the latest available information on 26 major current trends in education, grouped in 9 broad themes (ageing, global challenges, the new economic landscape, work and jobs, the learning society, ICT, citizenship and the state, social connections and values, and sustainable affluence). For each trend, there is a two-page spread, containing a short introduction, two figures with accompanying text followed by three key questions about the impact of the trend on the future of education. A dynamic link (StatLink) is provided for each figure, which directs the user to a web page where the corresponding data are available in Excel®.
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Ageing OECD Societies
Towards a New Economic Landscape
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accessed June 2007 affluence age groups blogs Broadband Czech Republic Database decades decline Definitions and measurement dependency ratio diversity Edition Education O OECD educational attainment employment enrolment environment expectancy expenditure figure shows full-time equivalent Further literature GDP per capita gender wage gap Glance Globalisation growing growth higher education Human Development Human Development Index impact important income increase increasingly Internet ISBN Japan knowledge economy knowledge-intensive Korea labour market least developed countries levels of educational live longer long-term means migration million Nordic countries number of students numbers OECD 2008 Chapter OECD area OECD average OECD Indicators OECD Publishing older Paris part-time pattern percentage political participation PPPs primary education relevant rising role schools selected OECD countries Source StatUnk mtm teachers Technorati Trends Shaping Education United Kingdom United Nations upper secondary users voluntary organisations wide Wikipedia women workforce World Values Survey year-olds