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The lead theme of this year’s Monitor is inequality in education and the important role that education plays in building a fairer society.
The prime new data source is the 2015 PISA test of 15-year-old pupils, covering all EU countries for the first time. PISA, with its rich information about the background of the tested pupils, offers unique insights into the effects that socioeconomic background, a migrant background and gender have on attaining EU targets on achievement in reading, maths and science. Read more in the press release.
What can I do with the Monitor?
- Find out how your country and the EU fare
- Make use of evidence when influencing policy
- Share it within your networks and on social media
- Follow the hashtag #ETMonitor and join the debate on Twitter
Where can I see the data?
- Interactive maps
- Key indicators database
- Library of policy examples
All available from the Education and Training Monitor webpage.
How can I find out more?
Follow the launch seminar webstreamed live from 10:00 - 12:30 Brussels time on 10 November.
Check your EU representation website to see if the Monitor will be presented in your country.