PISA in Focus

 

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PISA in Focus is a series of concise monthly education policy-oriented notes designed to describe a PISA topic.

 







 

 

It used to be about what to do with the babysitting money; now it’s all about trying to get the best value for money. Or is it? What do 15-year-olds really know about money matters? Can they make sensible decisions about whether to spend or save? Can they tell the difference between a financial risk and a sound investment? (For that matter, how many of the rest of us can?)

Eighteen countries participating in PISA wanted to find out. They conducted the first-ever international assessment of students’ financial literacy. The results from that survey are presented in this month’s PISA in Focus. 

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See also: Education Indicators in Focus and Teaching in Focus