How Does the PISA Test Remain Relevant to Life-Long Learning in a Changing World?

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Global Education Publisher CMRubinWorld discusses the relevance of PISA and the ways students can improve their performance with global education thought leader Andreas Schleicher in a recent interview.

C. M. Rubin interviews Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills, Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, on the cycle of poor student performance in at-risk communities, the key characteristics of schools that affect the level of performance, how government policy can support students, and the relevance of the PISA test in a changing education environment.

“Low Performing Students: Why They Fail and How to Help Them Succeed” is a new analysis of previously published PISA data which discusses the factors affecting students’ low performance on PISA together with recommendations for what countries can do to help their students.

Andreas Schleicher believes that “all countries can improve their students’ performance, given the right policies and the will to implement them.”

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CMRubinWorld is an online publishing company which has become a highly visible platform for global discourse on 21st century education and culture. The company is respected for publishing a diverse range of innovative ideas that are presented by the founder, C. M. Rubin, together with the world’s thought leaders in education and culture. Our interviews and articles covering the vital issues faced today are intended to be of integral value to parents, students, and educators who are our readers around the world.

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