OECD finds English teenagers score well in ‘applied knowledge’

1 Apr 2014

After disappointments in OECD rankings English teenagers score well in applied knowledge and problem solving. England’s teenagers are “significantly above average” in problem-solving skills, according to the results of international tests.

The OECD puts England as second highest in Europe, behind Finland, in tests of how pupils can apply their knowledge.

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