The global education ranking system, the Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA, is changing to put more emphasis on measuring 21st-century skills, such as creativity and digital literacy and to offer countries more analysis, PISA’s founder Andreas Schleicher said.Schleicher, who is head of education at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, which runs PISA, said the ranking has already changed a great deal since it was first launched in 2000, but that it continues to evolve.
PISA founder Andreas Schleicher on the future of the education ranking
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