PISA for Schools - Global Learning Network
Global Learning Network
Established by America Achieves in 2013, the Global Learning Network (GLN) is a learning community of well-respected educators and district leaders who have taken the OECD Test for Schools (based on PISA), learned from their results and global best practices, and made practice shifts that contribute to improved student outcomes. To learn more about the GLN, visit the America Achieves website.
The Global Learning Network has released the publication Learning from Your OECD Test for Schools (based on PISA) Results and Charting the Path to Success: A meeting planning guide designed to assist members in arranging regional and single-district meetings that facilitate critical conversations among school and district leaders to better understand their assessment results and identify actions they will take to improve student outcomes.
Since September 2014, the GLN has hosted the Annual Convening of World-Leading Schools. The convenings feature working sessions designed to help schools translate findings from their PISA-based Test for Schools results into improved teaching and learning.
The GLN has collected a series of case studies from leading schools across the United States which have taken part in the assessment. These accounts of best practices and advice provide insight into the different concrete actions schools have undertaken to improve learning outcomes after receiving their PISA-based Test for Schools results.
School leaders speak about the Global Learning Network