As it’s well known, the results of PISA have recently appeared. PISA is an international test of the grade levels of 15-year- olds in OECD countries. France is not an exemplary country and it is time that things change! But how?
This event is organized by the CRI’s data science club. The main goal is to learn to let the data talk over a weekend during a Hackathon on educational data. Indeed most of the OECD data are free to access!
- Take the time to understand public data in education, to become data-litterate citizens.
- We also want to give educational enthusiasts the basic keys to make the data speak.
- The results of this Hackathon, if interesting, may nourrish a reflexion within the ministerial report on education that the CRI (Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaires) director, François Taddei, is doing for the minister of education Najat Vallaud-Belkacem.
Date->From Friday, January 27th at 18:30 to Sunday, January 29th at 18:30
Timetable-> Friday 18:30-21:30, Saturday 9:30-19:00, Sunday 9:30-18:30.
Place-> CRI, Tour Montparnasse, 33 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris
Registration here –> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/edudata-hackathon-registration-30706666466
Places are limited, so please subscribe when you’re sure to come!