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PISA’s class size myth

More PISA myths about top-performing school systems (part 3) Analysis by Pat Thomson and Terry Wrigley  Andreas Schleicher, OECD’s director of education and skills (the man in charge of PISA), recently circulated these comments to news websites. His title was … Continue reading

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School myths – and the evidence that blows them apart

Today, the Local Schools Network publishes School Myths – And the Evidence that Blows Them Apart. Following on from the statement last week by Andreas Schleicher of the OECD about the seven myths that distort understanding of education on the global stage, Benn … Continue reading

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