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OECD Referenzrahmen für Schlüsselkompetenzen — ein Überblick

  • Dominique Simone Rychen

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Die Gesellschaft, insbesondere das Bildungssystem und die Bildungspolitik sind gefordert, so der Grundtenor, vermehrt jene Kompetenzen zu fördern, welche die Menschen befähigen, mit den vielfältigen Herausforderungen verantwortungsbewusst und kompetent umzugehen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dominique Simone Rychen
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  1. 1.Schweizer Bundesamt für Statistik (BFS)Neuchatel

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