PISA 2018 and the EU - Striving for social fairness through education

The OECD ‘Programme for International Student Assessment’ (PISA) tests reading, mathematics and science performance of 15-year-old pupils across the world. It takes place every three years and the 2018 wave has a special focus on reading. In an EU perspective, PISA results are particularly important because they feed into the strategic cooperation framework ‘Education and Training 2020’ (ET2020).

PISA 2018 and the EU
PISA 2018 and the EU - Striving for social fairness through education

The OECD ‘Programme for International Student Assessment’ (PISA) tests reading, mathematics and science performance of 15-year-old pupils across the world. It takes place every three years and the 2018 wave has a special focus on reading. In an EU perspective, PISA results are particularly important because they feed into the strategic cooperation framework ‘Education and Training 2020’ (ET2020).

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09.12.2019
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