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December 13, 2013

U.S. Girls Perform Evenly With Boys in Math and Science, PISA Data Show

In the United States, there was no statistical difference between boys' and girls' scores in either math or science on the 2012 PISA test.

December 06, 2013

Bringing Nelson Mandela's Legacy to the Classroom

How do you capture the life of a liberation leader, political prisoner, and president who helped end a nation's system of racial oppression? How do you convey his place in history for students?

December 03, 2013

Avoiding 'MalPISAnce': Caveats on International Test Rankings

The PISA results, released today, are both widely publicized and quite complicated. Here are some tips for understanding the data.

December 12, 2012

Global STEM Achievement Ups and Downs Since 1995

Iran, Portugal, and Singapore have seen their 4th grade science scores skyrocket since 1995, while U.S. scores have been flat. Other nations have declined.

April 21, 2011

New Harvard Blog to Explore Global Education

The Harvard blog will include writings from a variety of experts, and build toward a May 19-20 meeting on global education.

February 23, 2011

Financial Literacy to Be Tested on International Exam

The new PISA exam will focus on such matters as planning and managing financies, dealing with credit cards, and consumer rights.

December 08, 2010

Video Series Spotlights Strong Performers on PISA

The series highlights the policies and practices of education systems that have shown strong performance or gains on the international assessment.

December 01, 2010

Get Ready: PISA Is Coming!

Expect lots of analysis, and probably plenty of handwringing, after the international test results are issued next week.

May 14, 2010

Protesters in Idaho Suggest IB Program Is Anti-American

Protesters in Idaho express concern that the IB program spreads anti-American ideas in U.S. schools.

December 07, 2009

The Legacy of a Canadian Tragedy, and 'STEM' Education

A story examines the legacy of "The Montreal Massacre," and the reluctance of women to pursue careers in "STEM" fields.

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