Pisa’s ‘rich’ resource risked by ‘useless’ rankings

Education ministers have called on the Pisa study to communicate its findings better – so that the focus is not on “useless” headline rankings.
Concerns were voiced today that the “rich array of information” provided by Pisa (the Programme for International Student Assessment) is being lost because it is instead being treated as a ratings agency for school systems.
With the study run by the OECD due to publish its Pisa 2018 findings later this year, participating countries are starting to focus on what the results could mean for them.

Source: Pisa’s ‘rich’ resource risked by ‘useless’ rankings | Tes News

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