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How did Shanghai get to top the PISA test scores among OECD countries?

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Frame of Image  with primary education • Ind. Structure: 1:48:51 • Labor Structure: 5.9:37.7:56.4 • Development Goal: “4 centers” (trade, finance, ship & logistics & economy) & an international metropolis • • • • • Territory: Population: GDP: GDP per Cap.: Education:
A Shanghai Snapshot
The condition of education in 2010
Institution
Kindergarten private Primary school private Secondary school private Vocational school private Univer. & College private Special school
Number
1058 299 672 87 774 119 101 5 61 21 29
Enrollment
328760 63850 590561 82189 617724 86913 168671 3107 598397 95498 9074
%
1 9.4 % 1 3.9 % 1 4.1 % 1.8 % 1 5.9 5 %
5
PISA in brief
PISA: Program for International Student Assessment organized by OECD since 2000 PISA tests every three year, every time one area (maths, reading and science) as a main area, and other two are minors. Besides, there are tests of problem-solving based on computer, and financial literacy. To assess students’ capacity to extrapolate from what they know and creatively apply their knowledge in novel situations. Students responded to questions on their personal background, schools and engagement with learning and school. Parents, principals and system leaders provided data on school policies, practices, resources and institutional factors
Why Shanghai joined PISA
In 2012, half a million of 15-year-old students in 65 cou ntries took part in PISA representing over 28 million of the age group. PISA is not the Olympic Game for golden medal, but a cross-nation


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Title How did Shanghai get to top the PISA test scores among OECD countries?
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Project Category Capacity Building Workshops
Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Zhang, Minxuan

Publisher

Shanhai National University

Date 2014-04
Event

Frontiers in Development Policy

Project Capacity Building Workshops
Pages 28
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Program Type Conference