High UN and OECD officials describe how promoting diversity and 21st century technological skills in students are critical as the world globalizes.
"Non-cognitive" skills such as critical thinking and creativity are just as vital as traditional skills in helping 21st century students.
Is Shanghai a model of educational equity, as the OECD international school rankings suggest?
Shanghai's world-leading education system results from unremitting education reform during the past decades, not from cheating, writes Zhang Mingxuan.
We now know that a number of other countries — primarily Asian nations — have gotten a lot better at education than the U.S. What are the lessons for U.S. schools?