Ei-iE

Research and Policy Development

  1. Leading the profession 4 September 2006

    Teacher unions seek greater input on PISA

    Teachers around the globe are concerned about the impact of large-scale international testing and its uses and abuses in development of national education policies.

    Teacher unions seek greater input on PISA
  2. Leading the profession 24 May 2006

    EI puts case for education to OECD Finance Ministers

    EI took part in consultation with Finance Ministers from OECD countries, meeting in Paris for the Annual OECD Ministerial Council. The consultations, chaired by the Finance Minister of Greece, were held with the OECD Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC) and Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC). EI’s Bob Harris participated...

    EI puts case for education to OECD Finance Ministers
  3. Leading the profession 15 May 2006

    Where Immigrant Students Succeed - New OECD Report

    "European countries have to do a better job in educating immigrant children", said Fred van Leeuwen, General Secretary of Education International in Brussels today.

    Where Immigrant Students Succeed - New OECD Report
  4. Leading the profession 9 March 2006

    PISA 2006 and the 2007 OECD Survey of Teachers, Teaching and Learning

    EI has sent out a circular to affiliates in the member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) urging them to take actions about their national government's plans to participate in OECD's two surveys, PISA 2006 and the 2007 OECD Survey of Teachers and Learning.

    PISA 2006 and the 2007 OECD Survey of Teachers, Teaching and Learning
  5. Leading the profession 9 March 2006

    PISA 2006, OECD Survey on Teachers and Learning 2007

    These two OECD studies are important for education unions and their members. Education International is working closely with the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC)* to monitor the two projects and to ensure that the views of educators and their unions are taken into account.

    PISA 2006, OECD Survey on Teachers and Learning 2007