Does successfully improving students’ achievement test scores lead to higher rates of national economic growth? | Pedro

No, this isn’t a OECD or PISA-bashing post, but I found a new study by Komatsua and Rappleye via @cbokhove that raises an important question: does successfully improving students’ achievement test scores lead to higher rates of national economic growth. This is a claim based on research by Hanushek and Woessmann and is the basis for a lot of policy-influencing research and policy-advice by e.g. PISA or the World bank. But Komatsua and Rappleye argue now that this claim is maybe based on flawed statistics, as the abstract makes clear what it’s all about:

Several recent, highly…

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