The staff working in schools are the most important resource for today’s education systems, both educationally and financially. Strengthening, recognising and preserving the positive impact that teachers, school leaders and other school staff have on students is therefore a key priority for OECD countries:
Higher education needs to step up efforts to prepare students for the future Demand for tertiary education continues to rise, but its further expansion will only be sustainable if it matches the supply of graduates with labour market and social needs and gives them the skills required to navigate the future, according to a new OECD report.
New research from OECD suggests shows that Britain actually has the highest employment rate of the G8 countries, bettering that of France, Canada, Japan, Italy, Germany, the USA and Russia.
In previous months, writes Jethro Marsh for FE News, the publication or mere mention of a new Organisation for Economic Co "“ Operation and Development (OECD) report that involved Britain usually made for grim reading for the FE sector, and for the Government avowedly concerned with the particiaption rates in education as a whole.