Frankfurt am Main – The results of the PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) 2015 assessment were published today (6th December 2016). Singapore outperforms the rest of the world in the OECD’s latest PISA survey, which evaluates the quality, equity and efficiency of school systems. The top OECD countries were Japan, Estonia, Finland and Canada.
15-year-olds in Indonesia, in science literacy, the main topic of PISA 2015, on average, score 403 points compared to an average of 493 points in OECD countries (rank 61/69). On average, 15-year-olds in Indonesia score 386 points in mathematics compared to an average of 490 points in OECD countries (rank 62/69). The average performance in reading of 15-year-olds is 397 points, compared to an average of 493 points in OECD countries (rank 63/69).
(Source: OECD, 2016)