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# John Jerrim | What can we really learn from PISA?

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### John Jerrim | What can we really learn from PISA?

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15. 15. England a long way behind East Asia at age 15 /16…… Average PISA math score Shanghai 600 Singapore 562 Hong Kong 555 Korea 546 Chinese Taipei 543 Japan 529 Macao China 525 England 492 "E!
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