Andreas Schleicher

I have never been a huge fan of PISA data, the goulash of test results released internationally by the Organization for Economic
We were delighted to win our second Upton Sinclair Award this year, given for our "continual work on world-wide educational
Meta-learning is part of every single discipline, not a layer on top or a separate "course". Every discipline has a role
We certainly see that the most successful countries in PISA, in all parts of the world, bring real rigour to the learning
Then I'd say, "if you are still in college, make sure that you do many internships and projects with industry. And regardless
Join me and globally renowned thought leaders including Sir Michael Barber (UK), Dr. Michael Block (U.S.), Dr. Leon Botstein
"The challenges and complexities brought by 21st century classrooms make it impossible for teachers just to rely on their
In an increasingly complex world, society is rediscovering the importance of teaching character qualities or "how one behaves and engages in the world."
According to the Center for Curriculum Redesign (CCR) founder Charles Fadel, "We must deeply redesign curriculum to be relevant
How can successful implementation be realized given the complexity of the issues? At the level of human expertise and authority
Whether it's helping our children think about what they want to do with their lives, or whether it's re-thinking what we're doing with our own, there is something so powerful in realizing that it's not necessarily what you know but what you do with what you know.
C. M. Rubin "If we are to achieve the joint goals adopted in the UN in September, they have to be part of everything we do
"All countries can improve their students' performance, given the right policies and the will to implement them."  --  Andreas
Please watch my interview with Siva Kumari at the IB Heads World Conference in The Hague And excellence in education is about
In my interview which follows, David Istance, the study's author and senior analyst at OECD's Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI), explains these different levels (micro, meso, and meta) and how they can be integrated into traditional classrooms.
In the response from our global teacher bloggers to our September question, "What was your most challenging classroom and how did you turn it around?", a common theme ran through all anecdotes -- an openness to student experience that allows for a more understanding, empathetic response to student's problems.
A new report, "Students, Computers, and Learning: Making the Connection," investigates the stats on crucial contemporary issues of technology and education. The author, Francesco Avvisati, is an analyst of education reports for the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA).
A great strength of attaining universal basic skills is also the contribution this would make to a more inclusive economy
Jill O'Malley, known to her readers as The Indignant Teacher, was a dedicated professional and mother of three from Boston. She shared many of the traits of the ten finalists for the Global Teacher Prize, an initiative intended to identify and celebrate what is working in education.