Tag Archives: OECD

Carbon Footprint Inequality: Gulf Between Global Rich and Poor

I think it is very important for the Democrats to press forward with their Green New Deal. It would be great for the so-called “Carbon Footprint” to permanently eliminate all Planes, Cars, Cows, Oil, Gas & the Military – even … Continue reading

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SocioEconomic Segregation In Chile: Can Separate Schools For The Rich And The Poor Ever Be Equal?

I recently identified, in “Where Is The Teaching And Learning Of English In Chile Going? Quo Vadis?“, structural inequality as the heart and soul of Chile’s seeming inability to teach English successfully to Chilean students from poor socio-economic backgrounds. I … Continue reading

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Trending En Chile: Educación TP #LaFuerzaQueMueveAChile

** Presidente Piñera: “Queremos que todos y cada uno de los liceos de Chile sean liceos de excelencia” martes 15 de enero, 2019 Fuente: MINEDUC Los Liceos Bicentenario han impactado positivamente la calidad de la educación y la excelencia a … Continue reading

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Point & CounterPoint: The Shanghai Secret (By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN) The New York Times / The Daily Howler (Bob Somerby)

What makes an education system successful? I’m an educator, so I should have a clue or two. I’ll go with the obvious: teachers who can motivate and inspire students to achieve their full potential. Now, is there a magic formula … Continue reading

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Hong Kong’s success in PISA – One system, many actors (by Andreas Schleicher)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012 Source: Blog OECD educationtoday Hong Kong’s success in PISA – One system, many actors by Andreas Schleicher Deputy Director for Education and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the OECD’s Secretary General Hong Kong is perhaps … Continue reading

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Nadie Duda: “Educational Apartheid”

Chile es campeón en segregación socioeconómica escolar entre países de la OCDE http://bit.ly/qvZ1Hr OECD Report: Education at a Glance 2011 http://bit.ly/oC9YRW “The social composition of the student body is more highly related to achievement, independent of the student’s own social … Continue reading

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OCDE: Chile es el país con mayor segregación socio-económica escolar

Contamos con el mayor financiamiento privado en educación primaria y secundaria. Además, es el de menor inclusión socio-económica dentro de los colegios. Fuente: http://bit.ly/nctJ0P Chile es el país de la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico (OCDE) con … Continue reading

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OECD Advisor Andreas Schleicher Discusses School Reform in Ontario

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development special advisor Andreas Schleicher addresses the Building Blocks for Education conference in Ontario.

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Inequidad, tributación y eficiencia pública: Mario Waissbluth

Inequidad, tributación y eficiencia pública Feb. 09 , 2011 Fuente: http://bit.ly/hlZ4uQ ¿Por qué Chile no reduce su escandalosa inequidad? Según Kenzo Asahi, “el principal motivo sería la baja recaudación de impuestos en Chile. Mientras, en promedio, la OECD tiene una … Continue reading

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La Pólitica Docente Hoy y la Formación de Profesores: ¿Como atraer, formar y retener buenos profesores?

¿Como atraer, formar y retener buenos profesores? ¿Quo vadis, Chile? La calidad de la educación depende fundamentalmente de la calidad de los profesores. Andreas Schleicher, Jefe de División de Indicadores y Análisis del Directorio para la Educación de la OCDE, … Continue reading

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