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How good is a British education?

The quality of teacher training must improve

By David Laws  

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Read a reaction to the PISA report by Angela Rayner, Shadow Education Secretary

Last week the Education Policy Institute hosted the global launch of the 2015 PISA results—the educational performance of 15 year olds across the world.

The results of PISA (the Programme for International Student Assessment) are always fascinating, and receive a huge amount of attention both in the UK and internationally. But there need to be health warnings, not just about…

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