PISA 2015: Analysis and blogs. 

Below, in no particular order, are blogs analysing the 2015 PISA results published today. If I’ve missed any, please let me know. 

Maybe the most relevant figure from PISA, imho by Pedro De Bruyckere

What America Can Learn About Smart Schools in Other Countries by Amanda Ripley

PISA results are in by Greg Ashman

The 10 key fundings from PISA by John Jerrim

PISA 2015: Initial analysis by Sam Freedman 

10 things you (probably) didn’t know about PISA by Nick Hassey

PISA 2015: No improvement for a decade … and 10 other oddities by Jess Staufenberg 

Long read: Does Pisa really tell us anything useful about schools? by William Stuart

PISA 2015: some tentative about successful teaching by David Didau

My top PISA takeaways by Stephen Tierney 

Royal Society comments on PISA 2015 UK science performance 

Pisa: ‘Surely the education debate being informed by evidence from more than one country is a good thing’ by Natalie Perera 

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