With around 45 charts and data for the 35 Oecd countries and a number of partner countries, the publication also includes a great deal of new material. It offers new data on Ecec provision and intensity of participation for children under the age of three (based on an improved typology of settings). It also presents new indicators on the profile of Ecec staff (e.g. level of qualification, teacher salary and organisation of working time) and on equity in access to Ecec. New Pisa 2015 analyses help highlight the relationship between the number of years of Ecec and academic performance at age 15, and the effects of Ecec attendance on health and well-being, and mothers' employability.
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