Briefing: Low Performing Students: PISA International Comparisons Report

Pens, school, education, SEN, disability in schools
Policy product type
CSN briefing
Published date
February 24, 2016
Author
Andrew Crompton
Issues Covered
  • breaking cycle of disadvantage
  • Comparative international student performance
  • Effect of school system on performance
Categories
Children's services and education, Democracy, scrutiny, governance, Public Service Reform, Corporate Performance, Welfare reform, financial inclusion, equalities
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Using data from the 2012 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), the OECD has published a cross country study looking at the different school systems, and the relative performance of students, and the policy responses to helping to reduce or alleviate attainment gaps. This is the CSN briefing on the study looking at it from a UK perspective.

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