What can we learn about global education from historical and global policy studies of the OECD? (DOMUS seminar) CANCELLED
- Room 423b, School of Education (Building R19)
- Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled
The OECD has been key in the development of the way global governance in education works.
Speaker: Christian Ydesen
Today, the OECD is widely recognized as a global authority in education because of its unique role in governance by comparison and the production of educational norms and paradigms, such as educational measurement indicators. However, while most research recognizes the enormous importance of the OECD as a global education policy shaper, little effort has been made in gaining a better understanding of the developments and events that made it possible for the OECD to assume this dominant role.
More than 70 years have passed since the foundation of its predecessor, the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation (OEEC). The purpose of this talk is to revisit the historical events and developments that have put education on the economic agenda and which have shaped and informed the very way education is construed and enacted across the globe today.