Sergiy Rakov


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Abstract. Since its inception in 2000, the international comparative survey of education qua­lity PISA has become a globally recognized powerful lever for improving national education systems, determining their state and development trends according to internationally agreed indicators based on measurements using internationally agreed tools (tests and questionnaires) and procedures for preparation, administration and evaluation of results. In 2015, the OECD launched the “Future of Education and Skills 2030” project, aimed at developing the foundations for an effective education system for the future, the first phase of which culminated in 2019 with the creation of the OECD Learning Compass 2030, a conceptual framework for future school curricula and studying in a learner context. At the second stage, it is planned to create the foundations of effective educating in the context of a teacher. These documents should play the role of the foundation for making the PISA program better by improving, first of all, the PISA subject frameworks in the main domains: reading, mathematics and natural sciences. For the effective improvement of Ukraine’s education system, it is important not only to analyse its current state, in particular, its PISA-2018 results, but also to pursue a long-term educational policy aimed at developing an educational model that is based on national educational and cultural achievements and traditions, and is also consistent with the developments of the OECD project “The Future of Education and Skills 2030”. The article analyzes the key ideas of the OECD Learning Compass 2030 and discusses some issues of their implementation in the educational practice of Ukraine.
Keywords: improving of the education system, the quality of education, the competence paradigm of education, PISA, OECD Learning Compass 2030, student agency.


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