The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a large-scale assessment that measures student performance in reading, mathematics and science.
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OECD releases PISA global competence report
The OECD has published a new report on the findings of the 2018 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in relation to students’ global competence.
Special event: the AJE 20 Years of PISA webinar
What can 20 years of PISA data tell us about education in Australia, and beyond? Find out in an exciting webinar with expert contributors to a special issue of the Australian Journal of Education.
The effect of year level on PISA achievement
Analysis shows the shift of the 15-year-old student population out of Year 11 and into Years 10 and 9 is part of the reason for Australia’s overall decline in PISA.
Students’ positive outlook may be key to coping with pandemic
Results from PISA show Australian senior secondary students are likely to have the important qualities they need to help them deal with adversity such as disrupted schooling during the pandemic.
No gender gap in Australian student financial literacy: PISA
ACER's report on Australian teenagers' financial literacy and experiences with money shows boys and girls performed at a similar level.