Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
Education at a Glance
Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC)
Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS)
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Decisions about education policy should always be based on the best evidence possible.
An understanding of how students learn and teachers teach is at the core of education policy.
Skills are central to achieving sustainable, innovation-driven economic growth and social inclusion.
We review the education and skills systems in OECD and partner countries, and assist countries in developing and implementing policies to improve those systems.
We provide policy makers with a deeper understanding of how the way we innovate is changing, and what this implies for education and training policies.
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OECD Chart: Teachers' salaries, Primary, 15 years' experience / Upper secondary,15 years' experience, US dollars, Annual, 2017 – 2018
Source: Education at a Glance (2019)
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Why do gender gaps in education and work persist?
Can students learn how to solve mathematics problems by taking maths tests?
The bitter with the sweet: Keeping discipline in schools and classrooms
Do students have the information they need to make the right choice?
How can education systems better understand teachers' well-being?
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