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PISA, power and policy: the emergence of global educational governance

By Heinz-Dieter Meyer and Aaron Benavot (eds). Symposium Books, Didcot, 2013, 335 pp. ISBN 978-1-873927-96-0 (pbk)

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    IEA = International Evaluation of Educational Achievement; IALS = International Adult Literacy Survey; PISA = Programme for International Student Assessment; PIAAC = Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies; PIRLS = Progress in International Reading Literacy Study; UNESCO’s GMR = Global Monitoring Report; FIMS = First International Mathematics Study; SIMS = Second International Mathematics Study; TIMSS = Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study; and TALIS = Teaching and Learning International Survey.

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    L1 = first language; L2 = second language.


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Rogers, A. PISA, power and policy: the emergence of global educational governance. Int Rev Educ 60, 591–596 (2014).

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