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PISA Rankings Show There is Still Work to Be Done

With the release of the latest PISA education rankings, countries all over the world are comparing their education systems to each other, some patting themselves on the back for their great maths results and improved reading scores, and others working hard to defend themselves against accusations of poor performance, usually justified by citing the differences […]

With the release of the latest PISA education rankings, countries all over the world are comparing their education systems to each other, some patting themselves on the back for their great maths results and improved reading scores, and others working hard to defend themselves against accusations of poor performance, usually justified by citing the differences between themselves and the ‘other’ societies whose students are excelling. 

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