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Bildung in die Zukunft steuern

Wien, 15. April 2010 Prof. Andreas Schleicher Advisory of the OECD Secretary-General on Education Policy OECD Directorate for Education


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Neue Herausforderungen Heute

Märkte

Stabil

Dynamisch

Wettbewerb

National

Global

Organisationsformen

Hierarchisch

Produktion

Massenproduktion

Wachstumsimpulse

Mechanisierung

Vernetzt Flexible Produktion – embedded services Digitalisierung, Miniaturisierung

Wettbewerbsvorteil

„Economies of scale“

Innovation, Zeitnähe

Firmenmodell

Einzelbetrieb

„Co-petition” – Allianzen

Politische Ziele

Vollbeschäftigung

„Employability”

Klare Identität im berufsspezifischen Kontext

Konvergenz und Transformation

Kompetenzen

Berufsspezifisch

Multi-dimensional

Bildung

Formale Qualifikation

Lebensbegleitendes Lernen

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Gestern

Berufsprofile


14 November 2007

OECD Programme for International Student Assessment

PISA Briefing of Council

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There is nowhere to hide

Why the yardstick for success is no longer improvement by national educational standards


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Basisqualifikationen

Approximated by percentage of persons with high school or equivalent qualfications in the age groups 55-64, 45-55, 45-44 und 25-34 years

%

1 3

1 1

1

1 0

1. Excluding ISCED 3C short programmes 3. Including some ISCED 3C short programmes

1

2 7

2. Year of reference 2004 3. Year of reference 2003.


Cost per student

Spitzenqualifikationen

Graduate supply Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Cost per student

Spitzenqualifikationen

United States Austria

Finland

Graduate supply Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

Australia United Kingdom

Finland

Poland

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Spitzenqualifikationen

United States

Austria

Australia Finland

Tertiary-type A graduation rate


Council, 18 September 2008

Education at a Glance

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Components of the private net present value for a male with higher education

27K$ 105K$

56K$ 35K$

367K$

26K$ 170K$

Net Net present present value valueininUSD USD equivalent equivalent


Council, 18 September 2008

Education at a Glance

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Latin America then‌ GDP/pop 1960

Years schooling

Asia

1891

4

Sub-Saharan Africa

2304

3.3

MENA

2599

2.7

Latin America

4152

4.7

Europe

7469

7.4

11252

9.5

Orig. OECD Hanushek 2009


Council, 18 September 2008

Education at a Glance

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Latin America then and now‌ GDP/pop 1960

Years Growth 1960schooling 2000

GDP/pop 2000

Asia

1891

4

4.5

13571

Sub-Saharan Africa

2304

3.3

1.4

3792

MENA

2599

2.7

2.7

8415

Latin America

4152

4.7

1.8

8063

Europe

7469

7.4

2.9

21752

11252

9.5

2.1

26147

Orig. OECD Hanushek 2009


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Latin America then and now‌

Council, 18 September 2008

Education at a Glance

Why quality is the key

GDP/pop 1960

Years Growth 1960schooling 2000

GDP/pop 2000

Test score

Asia

1891

4

4.5

13571

480

Sub-Saharan Africa

2304

3.3

1.4

3792

360

MENA

2599

2.7

2.7

8415

412

Latin America

4152

4.7

1.8

8063

388

Europe

7469

7.4

2.9

21752

492

11252

9.5

2.1

26147

500

Orig. OECD Hanushek 2009


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Increased likelihood of tertiary particip. at age 19/21 associated with PISA reading proficiency at age 15 (Canada) after accounting for school engagement, gender, mother tongue, place of residence, parental, education and family income (reference group PISA Level 1) Increased chance of successful tertiary participation

Scho

ks at ol m ar

perfo A S I P

a ge 1 5

e at a rm a n c

g e 15


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Ver채nderungen in der Nachfrage nach Kompetenzen

Mean task input as percentiles of the 1960 task distribution

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Economy-wide measures of routine and non-routine task input (US)

(Levy and Murnane)

The dilemma of schools: The skills that are easiest to teach and test are also the ones that are easiest to digitise, automate and outsource


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Paradigm shifts The old bureaucratic system

The modern enabling system

Hit and miss

Universal high standards

Uniformity

Embracing diversity

Provision

Outcomes

Bureaucratic look-up

Devolved – look outwards

Talk equity

Deliver equity

Prescription

Informed profession


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email: pisa@oecd.org

Andreas.Schleicher@OECD.org

Thank you !

… and remember:

Without data, you are just another person with an opinion

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