Each year, students across the globe take a test called the Programme for International Student Assessment, or PISA, and students in wealthy nations don't always achieve the best results. We've shown ...
each country's math scores by socioeconomic decile to illustrate how being poor in some countries is less of a barrier to getting a good education than in others — and how the wealthiest students in some of the world's richest countries, such as the U.S., don't perform as well as their peers.
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