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The Future of Education is Now

Details: WISE Summit 2019 – A gathering of thousands of educators, decision makers and education experts to reimagine and build the future of education. WISE 2019 explored what makes us uniquely human in an age of technological transformation. Forum for World Education – Hosted by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, this forum on the future of education …

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Education, Eastern Culture and Western Values

Details: When we asked Minxuan Zhang, a principal architect of Shanghai’s impressively successful modern education system, what had enabled them to build such a high quality education system so quickly, he said, without hesitation, that the main factor was the way Deng opened up the system to ideas from the West.

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Free Higher Education

Details: The general education program in our community colleges, which half of U.S. students attend, is what is taught in high school in the top-performing countries. It should be taught in high school in the U.S. Almost everyone in the U.S. is now saying that not everyone needs to go to college. But it is hard to find a parent who wants their son or

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9 Building Blocks for a World-Class Education System

Details: Published in 2016, the 9 Building Blocks for a World-Class Education System distilled NCEE’s research on the world’s best education systems. Our goal in producing this document was to identify the strategies those countries used to outperform the United States in the hope that American policymakers could use that research to improve the performance of their systems.

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An Overview of Alternative Education

Details: education is better able to compete for the job (Moncarz, R. and Crosby, O. 2004-2005, p. 6).” The Outlook goes on to describe how individuals with a high school degree and some college or vocational training are more likely to be hired, to earn more when they start a job

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Where We've Worked

Details: For years, Maryland maintained a national reputation for having a high-performing education system, but leaders in the state became aware that reputation was not reflected in reality, with its students performing in the middle of the pack of U.S. states, and far behind the international competition.

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Ministry of Education

Details: Ministry of Education. Agencies, Boards, and Commissions. Advisory Council on Special Education Curriculum Council Education Quality and Accountability Office Languages of Instruction Commission of Ontario Ontario Educational Communications Authority Ontario French-Language Educational Communications Authority Provincial Schools Authority. Minister

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An Overview of Italy’s Education System

Details: Italy is a parliamentary republic, a partly decentralized system. Education policy making is shared between the national government which has responsibility for funding, school curricula, and quality control and the Regions responsible for education delivery, in particular for vocational education and training (see www.istruzione.it).

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Where We've Worked

Details: National Center on Education and the Economy 2121 K Street NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20037 T: 202-379-1800 F: 202-293-1560 E: [email protected]

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Top performing countries

Details: NCEE provides information about and analysis of the education systems in top-performing countries around the world. With the release of the 2018 PISA results, NCEE has identified a new list of top-performing countries. We identify this group of countries by …

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Center on International Education Benchmarking

Details: Education Benchmarking “The benchmarking work that NCEE has done trying to understand what makes high-performing education systems succeed – what are the kind of characteristics of public policies in those education systems, how can we put them on a level playing field to understand them, to translate them into other context – I think this is very original and very …

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Denmark Education Report

Details: National Center on Education and the Economy, 2006 3 traditional folk high schools and more conventional adult education, which is designed in such a way that anyone, anywhere, who wants to complete an interrupted education

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Czech Education System

Details: Higher Education Act gave institutions of higher education autonomy, although funding is still dispensed by the Ministry. Reforms have also aimed at improving access to education, adding a 9th year to compulsory schooling, adding new vocational/technical programs for graduates of upper secondary school and expanding slots in higher education.

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to carry it out. NCEE’s

Details: education and training system in ways that have made it an international leader in educating youth and in maintaining its position as a world economic leader. As the case study will show, the two are connected. In Switzerland, small and large companies, state of the art factories, insurance agencies,

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Irish Education Report

Details: education in Ireland in 2001 was around 4.5 percent of GDP, well behind Korea at 8.2 percent and the USA at 7.3 percent. In terms of average spending per student, Ireland has relatively low levels of investment at all stages in the education system. Of particular note is the low investment in pre-primary education (0.1 percent of GNP in 2000)1

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New & Noteworthy: June 2021

Details: The National Center for Education Statistics released the 2021 edition of The Condition of Education, which includes dozens of indicators on the U.S. education system. For this latest edition, most data were collected prior to 2020 and therefore prior to the coronavirus pandemic.

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India Education Report

Details: education, with high teacher absence6 and low teaching activity even when teachers are present, is likely to keep learning levels low for the foreseeable future. India has more languages than any other country - fifteen main languages and hundreds of other languages and dialects. Hindi is the national language and the primary tongue of

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Belgium Education Report

Details: Education and Training is responsible for the education system from nursery to university education. There is also a Flemish Education Council, which is an advisory body for all education matters. It is made up of officials from the education department, representatives of …

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The NCEE Blueprint

Details: The National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) is the leading U.S. organization studying high-performing education systems and their implications for dramatically improving American education. NCEE’s Blueprint for a High-Performing Education System (the NCEE Blueprint) distills our accumulated insights of more than 30 years of

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Center on Policy Solutions

Details: NCEE’s Blueprint for a High-Performing Education System is a distillation of more than 30 years of research, identifying the common components underpinning the design of high-performing education systems. The NCEE Blueprint guides our work with states, districts, and schools as we work together to create high-quality education experience.

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Finland Education Report

Details: (Education in Finland, 2003, National Board of Education) Pre-School While pre-school has been available free since 2001, children do not have to attend although most do. They spend approximately four to five hours per day in school focused on play and preparation for primary education…

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University Partners & CEUs

Details: University Partners & CEUs. Our partnerships with leading universities allow participants to receive advanced credit or degrees for completing NCEE offerings. NCEE also works with states and districts to offer professional learning credit toward locally-required professional development.

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Using Summer Time Wisely

Details: Like the United States, education systems across the globe are investing more in summer programs for students and expanding them to include both academic support to catch students up as well as enrichment and recreational activities to re-engage them, in response to a year of disruptions in school due to the ongoing pandemic.

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Comparing International Vocational Education and Training

Details: When education-system actors have all the power, the result is school-based career education or VET that ignores the needs and opinions of employers. This leads to a number of common VET-program struggles, such as a mismatch between the education students receive and the job market. In one egregious example, a major American city

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The Design of High-Performing Education Systems

Details: For more than 30 years, The National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) has been researching the answer to that question by learning how high-performing education systems around the world were designed. We study their history, visit their schools, and interview teachers, principals, students, parents, policymakers, and

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Could Hubris Be the Reason U.S. Schools And Our Pandemic

Details: In education, we have largely adopted a medical model of research. The aim has been to be able to say, for example, this method of teaching reading will reliably result in students learning how to read, just as a medical researcher would want to say that these drugs are highly likely to cure this disease under these conditions.

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New & Noteworthy: April 2021

Details: New & Noteworthy: April 2021. 04.29.2021. Career and Technical Education. Distance Learning. This month we are reading about why it is important to incorporate the science of learning into school plans to reengage students and accelerate their learning post-pandemic; how to support a high-quality vocational education and training (VET) educator

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Outline of China’s National Plan for Medium and Long-term

Details: education development is a paramount, long-term principle advocated and upheld by the Party and the state. Party committees and governments at all levels should regard giving priority to educational development as one of the fundamental prerequisites for implementing the Scientific Outlook on

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Vocational Education and Training for a Global Economy

Details: Vocational Education and Training for a Global Economy. Edited by Marc Tucker, this book provides in-depth case studies of the VET systems of Switzerland, Singapore, China and the United States and distills the principles that could underlie a well-designed, future-ready VET system, given the rapid and expansive change in the global economy.

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NCEE Board of Trustees Announces New Co-Chairs

Details: Washington, DC – The National Center on Education and the Economy’s (NCEE) Board of Trustees will be led by Joyce Elliott and Anthony Mackay effective July 1, 2021. Elliott and Mackay will serve as Co-Chairs of the organization’s board, bringing complementary national and international expertise and experience as they advance the agenda of NCEE.

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Inspection Systems: How Top-Performing Nations Hold

Details: Schools in New Zealand are held accountable through an inspection system run by the Education Review Office (ERO), an agency of the Ministry of Education. The ERO reviews include an examination of data collected by the Ministry, schools’ self-assessments, and an on-site review, conducted by former educators who are trained as evaluators, that

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Singapore's Educator Career Ladder: A First-Person

Details: The plethora of professional development (PD) opportunities and teacher-sharing sessions available through Singapore’s National Institute of Education (NIE) and the Academy of Singapore Teachers (AST) made my new shoes easier to fill. NIE is Singapore’s teacher training and research institution and AST is the nation’s teacher-led

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The Early Advantage

Details: The Early Advantage. In this two book series—the culmination of a groundbreaking study—Sharon Lynn Kagan and a team of expert international researchers find that Australia, England, Finland, Hong Kong, the Republic of Korea and Singapore are pioneering new but remarkably different visions for early childhood education and care (ECEC).

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Restarting with Equity: A Conversation with Linda Darling

Details: The two discussed what it might take, in this post-pandemic moment, to strengthen our public education system and ensure that it supports social cohesion, economic prosperity, and individual and collective well-being. Darling-Hammond explained that historically there is an “anatomy of inequality” in the U.S. education system.

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