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Towards a more effective remedial teaching based on efficient European practices

A consortium consisting of five ordinary secondary schools and the General Department of Wallonia-Brussels Education (W-B E) carried on an Erasmus + project from September 2015 to May 2017. The aim, focussed on remedial teaching was twofold: to develop a compendium of good practices and to create a training module for head teachers and teaching staff.

This report describes the construction of the database of skill needs indicators, i.e. the OECD Skills for Jobs Database, and presents initial results and analysis. It identifies the existing knowledge gaps concerning skills imbalances, providing the rationale for the development of the new skill needs and mismatch indicators. Moreover, it explains the methodology used to measure skills shortage, surplus and mismatch, and provides key results and insights from the data.