Late last year, the OECD published the latest of their PISA tables.
Predictably, many went into meltdown, whether it was due to their country’s position on the table, their respective government’s reaction to the results or those who detest standardised testing.
But as this article shows, the tests are not all about numeracy and literacy.
As part of the tests, students were asked to agree or disagree with the statement:
I feel happy at school.
The responses to this statement have been mapped against their test scores in the image below.
From an Australian point of view, should we be more concerned (than it appears we are) that students in our schools are some of the least happy kids in the OECD?
What do we make of the fact that the least happy students also come from countries that top the academic tables – South Korea, Finland, Estonia…
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