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Governing Complex Education Systems
Building trust
through education
Trust in educational
governance
Trust in schools and
teachers
Trust in the pedagogical
relationship
Trust as an learnable
...
Educational roots of trust
Analysis of PIAAC data with
focus on interpersonal trust
“There are only a few
people you can t...
Likelihood of positive social and economic
outcomes among highly literate adults
Source: Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC) (2...
The relationship between
interpersonal trust and literacy
Australia
Austria
Flemish Community of
Belgium
English Speaking
...
The relationship between trust and
diversity (% immigrants)
Australia
Austria
Flemish Community of
Belgium
Canada
Czech Re...
And Income inequality (Gini index)
Australia
Austria
Flemish Community of
Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
Germany
Denmark
Sp...
Educational gradient in interpersonal
trust
Intergenerational disparities in levels
of interpersonal trust
Countries are ranked in descending order to the raw percent...
Important to building and maintaining trust in a
number of ways:
• Enhancing cognitive skills
• Behavioural habits
• Occup...
• Importance of interpersonal trust
• Role(s) of education
• Impact:
– quality of education systems
– access to higher edu...
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Building Trust Through Education

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This presentation was given by Tracey Burns of the OECD at the GCES Conference on Trust and Education in The Hague on 7 December during the Workshop B on Building trust through education.

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Building Trust Through Education

  1. 1. Governing Complex Education Systems Building trust through education
  2. 2. Trust in educational governance Trust in schools and teachers Trust in the pedagogical relationship Trust as an learnable skill and attitude 2 Interpersonal Trust Social Capital Stakeholders Families Community Learners EDUCATION Trust
  3. 3. Educational roots of trust Analysis of PIAAC data with focus on interpersonal trust “There are only a few people you can trust completely” “If you are not careful, other people will take advantage of you”
  4. 4. Likelihood of positive social and economic outcomes among highly literate adults Source: Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC) (2012)
  5. 5. The relationship between interpersonal trust and literacy Australia Austria Flemish Community of Belgium English Speaking Community of Canada French Speaking Community of Canada Czech Republic Germany Denmark England Spain Estonia Finland France Ireland Italy Japan KoreaNorthern Ireland Netherlands Norway Poland Slovak Republic Sweden United States R² = 0.2866 240 250 260 270 280 290 300 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Percentage of individuals who disagree that "If you are not careful, other people will take advantage of you” PIAACscore
  6. 6. The relationship between trust and diversity (% immigrants) Australia Austria Flemish Community of Belgium Canada Czech Republic Germany Denmark Spain Estonia Finland France Great Britain Ireland Italy Japan Korea Netherlands Norway Poland The Slovak Republic Sweden United States R² = 0.0061 n 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Percentage of individuals who disagree that "If you are not careful, other people will take advantage of you” %population25-64withatertiarydegree
  7. 7. And Income inequality (Gini index) Australia Austria Flemish Community of Belgium Canada Czech Republic Germany Denmark Spain Estonia Finland France Great Britain IrelandItaly Japan Korea Netherlands Norway Poland The Slovak Republic Sweden United States R² = 0.2049 0.2 0.22 0.24 0.26 0.28 0.3 0.32 0.34 0.36 0.38 0.4 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Percentage of individuals who disagree that "If you are not careful, other people will take advantage of you” Giniindex
  8. 8. Educational gradient in interpersonal trust
  9. 9. Intergenerational disparities in levels of interpersonal trust Countries are ranked in descending order to the raw percentage point difference associated with having a father with a tertiary degree (before adjusting for individuals' own -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Spain Ireland TheUnitedStates Norway Italy Denmark Germany TheRussianFederation France Finland FrenchSpeakingCommunityofCanada TheCzechRepublic TheNetherlands Australia Average Austria EnglishSpeakingCommunityofCanada Poland England Japan FlemishCommunityofBelgium Estonia NorthernIreland Cyprus Sweden Korea TheSlovakRepublic Father has a tertiary degree (before controlling for individual's own educational attainment) Father has a tertiary degree (after controlling for individual's own educational attainment) Percentagepointdifference
  10. 10. Important to building and maintaining trust in a number of ways: • Enhancing cognitive skills • Behavioural habits • Occupational sorting • Socialisation processes The role of education
  11. 11. • Importance of interpersonal trust • Role(s) of education • Impact: – quality of education systems – access to higher education – social-emotional skills – inequality In sum

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