PISA

 

Jerrim, J. and Wyness, G. ‘Benchmarking London in the PISA rankings.’GLA_PAPER_FINAL

Jerrim, J. 2015. PISA 2012: How do results for the paper and computer tests compare? Working_Paper_FEB_2016

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Jerrim, J. and Vignoles, A. 2015. The causal effect of East Asian ‘mastery’ teaching methods on English children’s mathematics skills’ Jerrim_Vignoles_MM ; Do_Files_Website ; Do_Files_Website_Primary

Choi, Alvaro and John Jerrim. 2015. The use (and misuse) of PISA in guiding policy reform: the case of Spain. Choi_Jerrim_2015_Missuse_Spain

Jerrim, John. 2014. Why do East Asian children perform so well in PISA? An investigation of Western-born children of East Asian descent. AUSTRALIA_ASIA_PAPER     Do_Files_JULY_29TH_2014

Micklewright, John; Jerrim, John. et al. 2014. Teachers in England’s Secondary Schools: Evidence from TALIS 2013. National_Report_DfE

Jerrim, John. 2014.  PISA, power and policy – book review. Assessment in Education. Book_Review

Jerrim, John. 2013. The reliability of trends over time in international education test scores: is the performance of England’s secondary school pupils really in relative decline? The Journal of Social Policy    PUBLISHED_PAPER    Presentation_PISA_Over_TIME_UK

Jerrim, John and Alvaro Choi. 2013. The mathematics skills of school children: How does England compare to the high performing East Asian jurisdictions? DoQSS working paper   East_Asia_Coding         Jerrim_Choi_2013_Published    Presentation_East_Asia

Jerrim, John and John Micklewright. 2012. Socioeconomic gradients in children’s cognitive skills: are cross-country comparisons robust to who reports family background?  DoQSS working paper       FINAL_VERSION   Presentation SES Gradients

Jerrim, John. 2012. The Socio-Economic Gradient in Teenagers’ Reading Skills: How Does England Compare with Other Countries? Fiscal Studies                PISA_SES_Gap_Fiscal_Studies    Presentation to IFS  and Interview (http://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/6263)

Jerrim, John and John Micklewright, J. 2012. Parental socio-economic status and children’s cognitive achievement at ages 9 and 15: how do the links vary across countries? in J. Ermisch, M. Jantti and R. Erikson (eds) Inequality from Childhood to Adulthood: A Cross-National Perspective on the Transmission of Advantage, New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Draft chapter: CRITA_Website

Jerrim, John and John Micklewright. 2011. Children’s cognitive ability and parents’ education:  distinguishing the impact of mothers and fathers, in T. Smeeding, R. Erikson and M. Jantti (eds) Persistence, Privilege and Parenting: The Comparative Study of Intergenerational Mobility, New York: Russell Sage Foundation. JJ_&_JM_Madison_Jan_26_2011_RSF

6 thoughts on “PISA

  1. Pingback: People having a pop at PISA should give it a break… | IOE London blog

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  3. Pingback: Why do East Asian children do so well at PISA? | John Jerrim

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  5. Asian families I think stay together while their children are being educated. Single Asian mothers doesn’t seem to be common here, although I might be wrong. I wonder if Asian kids do better because they have a mother “and” a father?

  6. Pingback: Introducing East Asian teaching methods into western schools: is it a good idea? | IOE LONDON BLOG

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