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Education Policy Outlook 2019

Working Together to Help Students Achieve their Potential

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Taking the perspective of institutions and the system, Education Policy Outlook 2019: Working Together to Help Students Achieve their Potential, analyses the evolution of key education priorities and key education policies in 43 education systems. It compares more recent developments in education policy ecosystems (mainly between 2015 and 2019) with various education policies adopted between 2008 and 2014. This report includes around 460 education policy developments (with evidence of progress or impact for over 200 of them) spanning from early childhood education and care to higher education and lifelong learning on topics related to school improvement, evaluation and assessment, governance and funding. It looks into “what is being done”, as well as “why and how it works” to help education systems gain better understanding of how policies can have greater opportunities of success in their specific contexts.

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Slovenia

Schools in Slovenia have less favourable disciplinary climates in science lessons compared to other OECD countries, according to students’ reports in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2015, with an index of disciplinary climate of -0.07 (the OECD average index value was 0.00). Student truancy was lower than the OECD average, however: 12.4% of 15-year-olds reported skipping at least one day of school in the two weeks before the PISA 2015 test, compared to the average of 19.7% (OECD, 2016[1]).

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