The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has decided to postpone the publication of part of the Spanish results of the PISA report, whose publication is scheduled for December 3, after detecting anomalies in the students' responses in the reading test in some areas of Spain.
In a statement, the OECD explains that it is working with the Government of Spain to "identify the causes" of "anomalous" behavior of the responses to the reading test that "do not reflect in real level of student competence".
In addition, the OECD does not rule out that mathematical and scientific proficiency tests are also affected by this "anomalous behavior", although to a lesser extent. The Spanish results of these tests will be published, together with those of the other countries participating in the PISA Report, on December 3.
Near 40,000 students from 1,102 institutes of all the Spanish communities participated last year in the tests of the Report of the International Program for the Evaluation of Students, known as PISA for its acronym in English, which since 2000 assesses the abilities of students from all over the world in reading, mathematics and science
The tests of the Pisa Report are intended for 15-year-old students, just as they approach to finish compulsory education, and have been carried out since 2000 every three years. The results of this year's tests are not made public immediately. On the contrary, we must wait until December 3, 2019 To meet them.
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