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PISA vs. PISA: What Works May Hurt


by Yong Zhao, Alma Harris & Michelle Jones — August 29, 2018

This commentary examines the side effects of PISA evidence-based policy recommendations.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 29, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22486, Date Accessed: 11/19/2018 10:53:08 AM

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  • Yong Zhao
    University of Kansas
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    YONG ZHAO is a Foundation Distinguished Professor in the School of Education at the University of Kansas. He also holds guest appointments at University of Bath (UK), Victoria University (Australia), and East China Normal University (China).
  • Alma Harris
    Swansea University
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    ALMA HARRIS, PhD, is internationally known for her work on educational leadership and system improvement. She is currently Head of the Swansea University School of Education and an adviser to the Scottish Government.
  • Michelle Jones
    Swansea University
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    MICHELLE JONES, PhD, has extensive experience in education policy, practice, and research and is internationally known for her work on professional learning. She is currently Deputy Head of the Swansea University School of Education and holds visiting academic positions in Hong Kong and Moscow.
 
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