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EDPC timeline

Andreas Schleicher

Andreas Schleicher

on 20 April 2013

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Transcript of EDPC timeline

OECD context Slow growth, high unemployment, high debt, deficits and risks surrounding the financial sector continue to loom large Things in the pipeline The strategic education data collection, indicator development and annual data collection for the 2015 and 2016 editions of Education at a Glance. New insights Process Planning for the
2015-16 Education Work Programme Education Policy Committee, 18 April 2013 Promoting employment and tackling rising inequalities are key challenges in both advanced and emerging economies The social dimension of the crisis is particularly visible, and confidence in the ability of governments to reverse the situation needs to be rebuilt Global context Global trends Deepening of globalisation accompanied by shifting wealth
Population ageing, migration, urbanisation, and other demographic changes Technology-induced bias towards a global economy based on knowledge and high-level skills Greater international efforts to tackle climate change, strengthen the multilateral trading system, fight protectionism and foster development demand stronger global governance Our political and economic system needs to take better account of our complex and highly interconnected world and better keep up with new global developments Annual editions of the Skills Outlook in 2015 and 2016 and second edition of the Education Policy Outlook in 2016 PISA will administer its next assessment in 2015 and publish results in December 2016 on which the work programme can build TALIS will enter into a phase of analysis and exploration, following the launch of results from the 2013 TALIS survey in 2014 The review on policies to improve effectiveness of resource use in schools will enter its second phase leading to a concluding report and policy advice ? Over the next months the Secretariat will compile a list of possible outputs based on suggestions from countries Now 2010 Following this EDPC meeting and based on input from countries, the Secretariat will establish an initial list of possible work proposals which the Level 1 bodies will then discuss and finalise at their meetings in November 2013. A prioritisation exercise will be conducted simultaneously for all four Level 1 education bodies, with a common list of output proposals and using the methodology established for the current biennium [EDU(2012)1]. November Chairs of Level 1 education bodies will meet to discuss the preliminary results of the prioritisation exercise and foster coherence across the entire work programme February Results of prioritisation exercise will be circulated to EDPC delegates, presented to Education Counsellors in and discussed by the EDPC Bureau ahead of the April 2014 EDPC meeting
Submission of CPF and LTR March-April Work programme finalised and presented to Budget Committee May Endorsement of budget by Council June Finalisation of budget by EDPC through written consultation July Written consultation on changes that may results from successful applications for central priority resources October
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