volume 41, issue spe, P1353-1366 2015
DOI: 10.1590/s1517-9702201508144214
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Abstract: AbstractSince the introduction of PISA, the OECD has become an increasingly powerful player in education governance and policy within its member countries, as well as elsewhere. It has also become evident that education systems scoring well in the exam have become sources for policy and practice borrowing for other countries. For example, Finnish teenagers' consistent success in the PISA exam has kept the Finnish education system in the limelight of international attention for a number of years. This essay pr…

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