This event, organised by the Parliamentary Group for Children's Rights - Monika Rosa and the team at the Personal Data Protection Office #UODO, presented the issue of sharing images of our youngest residents online. A panel comprising government representatives, experts from child safety institutions and journalists discussed the challenges and risks involved. A guide was presented, entitled “Children's images on the Internet. To publish or not to publish?” targeted to institutions, agencies, companies, organisations and individuals.

An expanded version of the PISA 2022 survey report is now available – “Polish 15-year-olds in an international perspective”. In addition to an in-depth analysis of student performance in numeracy (the PISA 2022 focus area), literacy and science, the publication includes extensive coverage of several important research areas covered in PISA 2022.22.

A presentation of the “Chatbot of the Integrated Qualifications Register – a tool for the automated support of educational and vocational counselling" was made by Dr. Marcin Trepczyński (IBE), Maciej Osowski, M.Sc. and Jakub Szulc, M.Sc. Emplocity SA) at the 2nd Science for Society Congress.

The results are in on the additional part of the PISA 2022 survey on financial literacy. Polish 15-year-olds declared the use of banking services significantly more often than in previous editions, and they stand out from their peers in other countries in terms of the frequency of smartphone payments or online shopping.

On Wednesday, June 26, we had the pleasure of hosting the Minister of Education Barbara Nowacka, Deputy Minister of Education Katarzyna Lubnauer, Director General of the Ministry of National Education Robert Bartold and Head of the Minister's Political Cabinet Ada Guźniczak at IBE.

In the monograph “Error in didactics. Causes of its formation, its mechanisms, and didactic opportunities. Based on PISA survey tasks”, Krzysztof Biedrzycki, Marcin M. Chrzanowski and E. Barbara Ostrowska focus on error and its role in didactics. The authors assume that the problem in teaching is not the mistakes students make, but what is done with them in the teaching process.