The ICCS 2022 international results and report are now available. The study investigated civic and citizenship education in 22 countries and two benchmarking participants in a 23rd country. ICCS results provide valuable insights for informed decision-making on educational policies and practices.
The initial findings of PISA 2022 will be disclosed in two parts on December 5, 2023. A year later due to the disruptions caused by COVID-19. PISA 2022 places a particular focus on mathematics, emphasizing mathematical reasoning to underscore its significance in addressing intricate real-world challenges.
The October issue of PISA in Focus series focuses on anticipated results of PISA 2022 which focuses on mathematics reasoning. Results, out on December 5, 2023, analyze student performance, equity, and resilient education systems during and after the pandemic.
Vocational education and training is a key component of most education systems in OECD countries. This spotlight presents data and analysis on Vocational Education and Training (VET) from Education at a Glance 2023.
The present report follows up the OECD’s Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC), collecting expert judgements in 2021 on whether computers can solve the PIAAC literacy and numeracy tests. It is part of a comprehensive ongoing project on assessing AI. This study shows that AI could potentially outperform large shares of the population on PIAAC – 90% of adults in literacy and 57-88% of adults in numeracy.
Children who are involved in home learning activities, such as singing songs, writing numbers, etc., perform better in science and mathematics in the fourth grade. This brief analyzes the gender differences in parental involvement with a child's education as measured through participation in early home learning activities using data from the IEA's TIMSS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study) 2019.
A report on technology in education has recently released by Global Education Monitoring (GEM). The report examines three system-wide requirements that must be fulfilled for any educational technology to succeed, including access to technology, governance regulation, and teacher preparation.
Results show that attitudes toward reading have declined, on average, across many countries. Fourth graders internationally are reporting that they enjoy reading less and less. IEA Teacher Snippet number two provides four strategies to inspire positive attitudes toward reading and foster confidence in reading backed by data from IEA's PIRLS (Progress in International Reading and Literacy Study).
IEA’s recent Teacher Snippet XL looks a