The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) answers the following questions by surveying 15-year-olds in the principal industrialised countries.
- Are students well prepared for future challenges?
- Can they analyse, reason and communicate effectively?
- Do they have the capacity to continue learning throughout life?
Every three years, it assesses how far students near the end of compulsory education have acquired some of the knowledge and skills essential for full participation in society.
PISA 2009 key findings presents the initial results from the 2009 survey, which assessed the competencies of 15-year-olds in reading, mathematics and science (with a focus on reading) in 65 countries and economies. The report comprises the six volumes listed below. In 2010 students from a further 9 countries and economies took the PISA 2009 test. Click here to consult the results (published by the Australian Council for Educational Research)
PISA 2009 Results presents the findings from the most recent PISA survey, which focused on reading and also assessed mathematics and science performance. The report is comprised of six volumes:
- Download Volume I
- Download Volume II
- Download Volume III
- Download Volume IV
- Download Volume V
- Volume VI, Students on Line: Reading and Using Digital Information, explores students’ use of information technologies to learn
- Download Volume VI in French
PISA 2009 marks the beginning of the second cycle of surveys, with an assessment in mathematics scheduled for 2012 and one in science for 2015.
PISA at a Glance offers a reader-friendly introduction to five of the six volumes of the PISA 2009 results
Download the full 2009 Results PISA 2009 Results document.
Download the full PISA 2009 Results Executive Summary.
Download the full data set from the PISA 2009 Results.
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Presentations from the initial technical meeting (27-28 June, 2013)
The Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EFA GMR)
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To view all of the Key Findings, visit: http://www.oecd.org/pisa/keyfindings/pisa2009keyfindings.htm
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