Interpreting the results from the PISA assessment on collaborative skills is both heartening and worrying at the same time. It is a new assessment and one brought about by the realisation that fitness for work in modern societies depends on high level social skills and the ability to work in teams to solve complex problems. It’s an insight that our government has completely failed to recognize.
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