National Foundation for Educational Research
06 December 2016
The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a worldwide research project involving schools and students in over 70 countries. It is run by the OECD, takes place every three years, and is designed to examine how 15-year-olds can apply what they have learned in school to real life situations. This briefing provides an introduction to PISA 2015 and its key findings in Scotland.
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