Measuring Innovation in Education – AN OECD Report
Some 46 per cent of the respondents in higher education say their employer was “mostly” at the forefront, the report reveals, compared with 31 per cent in primary, 30 per cent in secondary, and 41 per cent across all sectors of the economy.
In addition, the report finds that higher education employees were far more likely to be in jobs that they felt utilised innovative “knowledge and methods” (59 per cent) than those working in the secondary school sector (42 per cent).
This trend continued in relation to “products and services”, with 29 per cent of tertiary education staff saying their employer was innovative in this area compared with just 20 per cent of those at secondary level.
“Within education, innovation intensity is greatest in higher education, with secondary and primary education approximately equal,” the report concludes.
“Higher education stands out in terms of speed of adopting innovation, above the economy average, and well above the rate in primary and secondary education.”[iframe src='http://www.keepeek.com/Digital-Asset-Management/embed-oecd/education/measuring-innovation-in-education_9789264215696-en' scrolling='no' width='550' height='700']
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