In response to the buzz around the newly released Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) results, CTQ's CEO points out that rather than hand-wringing or blame throwing, we should be looking at top-performing nations for improving our own education practices: "Top-performing nations insist on solid preparation in the craft of teaching… and do not believe in alternative routes into teaching that skip this step… Shanghai has worked very hard to set up systems that have the effect of helping teachers to improve their practice year after year in a very disciplined way."
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