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    OECD Resource Library Supports Your Professional Learning

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    The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) work on education helps individuals and nations to identify and develop the knowledge and skills that drive better jobs and better lives, generate prosperity, and promote social inclusion.

    Access to OECD Education data

    Through the OECD data portal, educators can cross-reference data on teacher’s salaries, graduation rates, education spending, and much more. All data is available to download for free.

    For example, are you curious about how education policies support students, teachers, and principals? The OECD’s new Education Policy Outlook reports on the progress of over 200 school improvement policies implemented over the last 10 years.

    School and University leaders will find a treasure trove of information within the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), which asks teachers and school leaders about working conditions and learning environments at their schools to help countries face diverse challenges.

    For those wanting further OECD insight, the OECD iLibrary contains nearly 20,000 content items related to education. Content on the platform is accessible to all by clicking the READ or WEB icon. Certain features and access is restricted to intuitions that have a subscription. Find out if your institution is an existing subscriber.

    Register for September’s Legislative Webinars

    Legislative Webinars BannerState of the States Legislative Roundup

    As AACTE director of government relations, I will guide attendees through this members only webinar, a brief overview of the recent legislative trends in education policymaking emerging around the country.  The 2018-19 legislative session was active and productive, with many states introducing and passing bills on a range of issues that directly impact the education profession.  Please join us for a rundown of some of the more noteworthy legislative proposals advanced by state legislatures over the past year. 

    Register now for the AACTE members only webinar, taking place Wednesday, September 18 from 11am to Noon, EST.

    Introducing AACTE’s New Legislative Resource Webpage

    Join Allen Clarkson, Western Governors University government relations manager and AACTE Government Relations Committee member, as he leads a webinar describing the features of AACTE’s new legislative resource webpage.  The new webpage will include links to three legislative search engines as well as other useful resources that AACTE members can use to pursue their research and advocacy goals. Clarkson will guide participants through the features of the new webpage and invite you to ask questions afterward. The webinar is open to all and will be recorded and posted on the AACTE Advocacy Center state page.

    Please join us on Thursday, September 26 from 11am to Noon, EST.  Register now.

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