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Schooling for Tomorrow
What Schools for the Future?
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  16 Oct 2001
Pages: 252 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264195264 , OECD Code: 962001111P1
Price:   €36 | $50 | £32 | ¥4600 | MXN640 , Standard shipping included!
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Imprint:  Centre for Educational Research and Innovation Tables: 19  Charts: 22 

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What will schools look like in the future? What big trends are most influential in shaping education and how might these unfold in coming years? What policy questions need to be tackled today to open up desirable pathways into the future? These ambitious questions are addressed in What Schools for the Future?, a publication produced by the OECD's Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI). Drawing on an extensive international body of statistical and research evidence, the book analyses the social, economic, and educational trends of the 21st century. It also presents six possible scenarios for school systems over the next 10-20 years. The analysis is completed by contributions from eight international experts, looking with different perspectives at the challenges facing schools today and tomorrow. This book is relevant to the many - policy-makers and administrators, practitioners, researchers, parents and the wider public - concerned about the long-term development of education. Table of contents includes: -- Work, society, family and learning for the future, by Martin Carnoy -- A new challenge to social cohesion? Emerging risk profiles in OECD countries, by Gosta Esping-Andersen -- 21st century transitions: Opportunities, risks and strategies for governments and schools, by Riel Miller -- The driving forces for schooling tomorrow: Insights from studies in four countries ( Canada, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands), by Hans F. van Aalst -- Attitudes and expectations in relation to schools: Swedish findings and some international comparisons, by Sten Söderberg -- A new century and the challenges it brings for young people: How might schools support youth in the future? by Kerry J. Kennedy -- Schools for an emerging new world, by Alain Michel -- Visions of decision-makers and educators for the future of schools - Reactions to the OECD scenarios, by Walo Hutmacher.


Table of contents:

Part 1. Report by the OECD Secretariat
Chapter 1. The Wider Environment of Schooling: Deep Trends and Driving Forces
Chapter 2. Schooling Developments and Issues
Chapter 3. Scenarios for the Future of Schooling
Chapter 4. Overview: Policy Goals, Tensions, Questions
Part II. The Expert Papers
Chapter 5. Work, Society, Family, and Learning for the Future by Martin Carnoy
Chapter 6. A New Challenge to Social Cohesion? Emerging Risk Profiles in OECD Countries by Gosta Esping-Andersen
Chapter 7. 21st Century Transitions: Opportunities, Risks, and Strategies for Governments and Schools by Riel Miller
Chapter 8. The Driving Forces for Schooling Tomorrow: Insights from Studies in Four Countries by Hans F. van Aalst
Chapter 9. Attitudes and Expectations in Relation to Schools: Swedish Findings and Some International Comparisons by Sten Soderberg
Chapter 10. A New Century and the Challenges is Brings for Young People: How Might Schools Support Youth in the Future? by Kerry J. Kennedy
Chapter 11. Schools for an Emerging World by Alain Michel
Chapter 12. Visions of Decision-Makers and Educators for the Future of Schools - Reactions to the OECD Scenarios by Walo Hutmacher
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