Education Policy, Cross-national Tests of Pupil Achievement, and the Pursuit of World-class Schooling
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Educational reforms are increasingly presented as a technocratic exercise designed to emulate the features of educational systems that have performed well on cross-national tests of pupil achievement, such as the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). That process has been facilitated by the emergence of a form of comparative education that identifies and promotes transferable policies. This lecture analyzes and critiques how this approach operates.
|Publish Date||April 2016|
|publisher||UCL IOE Press|
|dimensions||5 4/5" x 8 1/4"|
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