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Learning for tomorrow's world: first results from PISA 2003

15 Dec 2004
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Australia's 15-year-old students have a level of mathematical literacy among the best in the world, a new international study released today shows. The OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2003 tested 15-year-old students in 41 countries in mathematical, reading and scientific literacy as well as problem solving. The Australian component of PISA 2003, run by ACER, involved a randomly selected sample of just over 12500 students from 321 schools from all states and territories and school sectors.

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