The results from PISA 2018 are to be released tomorrow. And, as with every PISA release, there will be the usual media circus.
There will, of course, be all the obvious things to look out for – have PISA scores for England in reading/science/maths gone up or down, are any countries doing surprisingly well/badly etc.
But, as always with PISA, the headline results are not always as straightforward to interpret as on initial inspection.
The purpose of this blogpost is therefore to flag some important things to remember when the results are released.(more…)