Peter Coy writes his article based on the OECD's PISA 2011 findings. He puts emphasis on the fact that only 12 percent of 15-year-olds have high financial literacy. An interesting read, follow the link below to view the full article.
Craig Fitzpatrick writes an interesting article, he looks at a new global study on the financial literacy of teenagers.
With data from the OECD's PISA study, Mr. Fitzpatrick writes "The OECD has warned that 'far too many students' around the world are struggling to understand money matters."
The full article published on newstalk.com can be viewed by following the link below.
Take a look at the Council of Europe Report on the state of citizenship and human rights education in Europe
In an increasingly diverse world, where significant migration is becoming the norm, countries are considering a greater range of language-in-education models, varying from full immersion to increasing degrees of additive bilingualism. Independent international studies, like IEA's PIRLS, can provide valuable evidence to help support national policymaking. Our new policy brief, by Sarah Howie and Megan Chamberlain, investigates this.
The ICCS 2016 Encyclopedia, scheduled for release in 2018, will contain separate country chapters describing the background and implementation of civic and citizenship education in each country.
The ICCS 2016 Technical Report, scheduled for release in 2018, will contain a description of details on instrument development, sampling, data collection procedures, weighting, data management, scaling as well as analysis and reporting.
The ICCS 2016 European Report was released on November 7th, 2017. The European report includes results derived from the European student questionnaire. To download the full report follow the link below.
In this policy brief, data from TIMSS 2011 was used to construct indexes to analyze whether different strategies and methodologies used by 8th grade mathematics and science teachers in their day-to-day activities had an impact on the academic performance of their students.
Girls and women, especially the most vulnerable, are more likely to be excluded from education than their male counterparts. Unequal access threatens gender equality in educational outcomes within the immigrant population, hindering overall efforts towards the attainment of SDG4.
What do TIMSS trends reveal? Mojca Rožman & Eckhard Klieme from DIPF use four cycles of TIMSS to investigate cross-national changes in instructional practices