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The PISA 2012 results have kicked up a big debate in school curriculum approaches. Is rote learning the way to go, or is discovery learning more effective?
How OECD countries scored at the PISA's 2012 results? How does your country compare for reading, maths, and science? Check the PISA 2012 Infographic to find more!
Washington, D. C.
Here is the third post in a debate about the relative importance of international test scores as measures of the quality of U.S. public education.
The era of coloring in ovals with a No. 2 pencil may soon be over. More and more tests — such as the military aptitude test and the LSAT law school exam — are going online.
Despite Finnish education's strong performance in Pisa, it isn't all perfect – science and maths standards are declining and top-performing students aren't being pushed enough, argues Juha Ylä-Jääski
What we can't learn from other countries.
counting breaths vs. having your breath taken away - what improves the quality of life and learning?
U.S. teenagers showed little progress on an international test of math, science and reading, which was again led by students in Shanghai and Singapore, bolstering support for tougher standards in U.S.
Experts say global league tables beloved by politicians are ‘useless’