volume 37, issue 136, P601-607 2016
DOI: 10.1590/es0101-73302016168897
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Abstract: ), PISA continues with its intentions to create knowledge for policy, that is, a type of knowledge build from the disciplined involvement of experts and politicians, under the OECD supervision, to assist the development of policies and to provide policy makers with tools (conceptual frameworks, data, benchmarks) for their own guidance.If the continuity along the last fifteen years shows the success of the "PISA" proposal, no less significant are the quantitative increase of countries involved, and the extent …

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