Rationales for and reception of the OECD’s Pisa

Lingard, Bob (2016) Rationales for and reception of the OECD’s Pisa. Educacao e Sociedade, 37 136: 609-627. doi:10.1590/ES0101-73302016166670


Author Lingard, Bob
Title Rationales for and reception of the OECD’s Pisa
Journal name Educacao e Sociedade   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1678-4626
0101-7330
Publication date 2016-07-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1590/ES0101-73302016166670
Open Access Status DOI
Volume 37
Issue 136
Start page 609
End page 627
Total pages 19
Place of publication Campinas, SP, Brazil
Publisher Centro de Estudos Educacao e Sociedade - CEDES
Subject 3304 Education
Abstract Set against the backdrop of the education work of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the changing place of Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) within it, the paper analyzes the OECD’s rationale for PISA. It involves an account of the media strategies, the OECD’s education, and skills that the directorate utilizes to manage the PISA message. The document then outlines the various rationales that the nations use for participating in PISA. The national usage of PISA often involves externalization rather than policy learning, with comparative performance on PISA being used to legitimize the policy reforms which are usually not connected to the policies in top performing nations. Three cases of such externalization are proffered as responses to the United States, England, and Australia in comparison to Shanghai’s outstanding performance on PISA 2009.
Keyword Externalisation
PISA
Policy rationales
Policy reception
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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