About our partners
PISA, the Programme for International Student Assessment, was set up by the OECD. Its aim is to discover whether school systems in countries around the world are effectively preparing their students for further study or work. Results of testing on 15-year-olds are released every 3 years so that countries can see if their teaching systems are improving.
Discover how PISA testing helps to shape education reform in participating countries. From Germany to Brazil, we find out how being able to see a snapshot of their 15-year-olds’ progress gave these countries the impetus to change their teaching methods. We also see why, in an inter-connected world, it’s so useful to share information and see how other countries achieve results.