Looking to the future
The Covid-19 pandemic is not just the worst global healthcare emergency of the last century, it also represents an employment crisis, particularly for young people. In any recession, young people can expect to be disproportionately hit.
Today’s students live in an interconnected, diverse and rapidly changing world. In this complex environment, a student’s ability to understand the world and appreciate the multiple different perspectives they are likely to encounter is key to their success.
Education critical to build a more resilient society, says @OECD
The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the many inadequacies and inequities in education systems around the world. As governments start rebuilding their economies and people’s livelihoods, it is critical that long-term public spending on education remain a priority to ensure that every young person has the same opportunity to continue education, succeed at school and develop the skills they need to contribute to society, according to a new OECD report.
A joint initiative of the @OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, the @WorldBank Group Education Global Practice, the @Harvard Global Education Innovation Initiative and HundrED, LESSONS FOR EDUCATION Q&A WEBINAR SERIES.
Facing the jobs crisis - Just Launched: Employment Outlook 2020
Unemployment has soared in the @OECD area since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Policymakers have taken action to safeguard workers and firms, but as the coronavirus crisis continues, more targeted action will be needed to stop the jobs crisis from becoming a social crisis.
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