Diagnosing Weaknesses of Indonesian Students’ Learning
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PISA is an international comparative study on students’ performance in Mathematics, Reading, and Science Literacies. The PISA survey is carried out on a sample of 15-year-old students in each OECD countries as well as other participating countries in a three year cycle to measure students’ performance and some other factors related to the performance.
KeywordsScience Literacy OECD Country Word Problem Mathematic Literacy Proficiency Level
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