Reported by Sari Sulkunen, board member Elinet. You can download the PDF version here
The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture organized a one-day conference PISA and Beyond building on the publication of the new PISA results. The conference took place in Helsinki on December 9, 2019. The conference aimed to present the new PISA results and discuss what we can learn from them. Most of the participants came from European ministries and other governmental agencies.
OECD senior analyst Miyako Ikeda summarized the main results in PISA 2018. She pointed out that there have been no big changes in the OECD average for reading over the years while the spending on education has increased by at least 15 % during last 10 years. Top performers in reading in PISA 2018 come from economies in China and from Singapore.… Read the rest