PISA 2009 Results – Full Report

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 comprises six volumes:

Vol I – What Students Know and Can Do: Student Performance in Reading, Mathematics and Science

This first volume of PISA 2009 survey results provides comparable data on 15-year-olds’ performance on reading, mathematics and science across 75 countries. The volume opens with an introduction explaining what PISA is and how PISA 2009 is different from previous PISA surveys. A final chapter explores policy implications in five areas: low performance, pursuing excellence, strengths and weaknesses in different kinds of reading, student performance in math and science, and the potential to improve performance across the world. 276 p

Volume II – Overcoming Social Background: Equity in Learning Opportunities and Outcomes

Volume II of PISA’s 2009 results looks at how successful education systems moderate the impact of social background and immigrant status on student and school performance. The final chapter examines policy implications of the findings. 224 p

Vol III – Learning to Learn: Student Engagement, Strategies and Practices

Volume III of PISA 2009 results examines 15-year-olds’ motivation, their engagement with reading and their use of effective learning strategies. The final chapter discusses the policy implications of the findings. 270 p

Vol IV – What Makes a School Successful? Resources, Policies and Practices

This volume of PISA 2009 results examines how human, financial and material resources, and education policies and practices shape learning outcomes. The final chapter discusses the policy implications of the findings. 308 p

Vol V – Learning Trends: Changes in Student Performance Since 2000

This volume of PISA 2009 results looks at the progress countries have made in raising student performance and improving equity in the distribution of learning opportunities. The final chapter analyzes implications for policy. 214 p

Volume VI – Students on Line: Reading and Using Digital Information

Explores students’ use of information technologies to learn (forthcoming – June 2011)

OECD, Paris, Dic 7, 2010

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About Giorgio Bertini

Research Professor. Founder Director at Learning Change Project - Research on society, culture, art, neuroscience, cognition, critical thinking, intelligence, creativity, autopoiesis, self-organization, rhizomes, complexity, systems, networks, leadership, sustainability, thinkers, futures ++
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