Spread the loveGijsbert Stoet, University of Glasgow Many of the world’s leading economies can do more to help struggling teenagers to get a better level of education that will equip them for later life. A new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), looking at why low-performing students fall behind at school, has found that much remains to be done to reduce the number of children that perform poorly in maths, reading and science skills. One of the most striking aspects of the report is just how many children are low performers, even in highly-developed nations such … Continue reading Which countries must do more to help children who fall behind at school?
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