《The Smartest Kids in the World》的笔记-第23页
- 章节名：chapter 1 the treasure map - my PISA score
- 页码：第23页 2018-08-29 15:28:46
PISA demanded fluency in problem solving and the ability to communicate; in other words, the basic skills I needed to do my job and take care of my family in a world chocked with information and subject to sudden economic change. What did it mean for a country if most of its teenagers did not do well on this test? Not all of out kids had to be engineers or lawyers, but didn't all of they need to know how to think?
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