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From the appealing power of PISA data to the delusions of benchmarking: Does that challenge any evaluation of educational systems?

Abstract : The aim of this paper is not to add any additional criticism regarding PISA data to the already existing mass of technical comments by journalists, policy-makers and, often in a very relevant manner, by researchers (e.g. see Goldstein, 2004, and the contributors of this book). Rather, we will discuss the important issue of what role PISA data can and cannot play in the more global objective of assessing the quality of education systems.
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Marie Duru-Bellat. From the appealing power of PISA data to the delusions of benchmarking: Does that challenge any evaluation of educational systems?. Miguel Pereyra; Hans-Georg Kotthoff; Robert Cowen. PISA Under Examination, Sense Publishers, pp.157 - 168, 2011, 9789460917387. ⟨hal-03393997⟩

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