Asia Society

For An International Field Analysis Of Non-cognitive Skills In Education

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The Asia Society's education department focuses on the global competence of students, educators, and leaders as the foundation for understanding between people in the US, Asia, and worldwide. With this grant, the Asia Society proposes a research study which will contribute to a more holistic and global understanding of how 21st century competencies – including the knowledge, skills, and academic mindsets that comprise deeper learning – are defined and developed in Asian countries (many of whom have performed at high levels on international education assessments such as PISA). This proposal will deepen understanding of the policy and practices that enable deeper learning to scale within education systems.
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