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changing for better is a good thing but this time we don't know for sure at least for now ..

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Dracarys Post time: 2016-4-16 08:38
changing for better is a good thing but this time we don't know for sure at least for now ..

We have more choices on students' side. It is one of the changes.

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seneca Post time: 2016-4-16 11:24
We discussed the Shanghai PISA results years ago, Dee:rie; you are not bringing fresh water to i ...

'That is why China is a train's tail light. It glows brightly but in the wrong direction. It will never be the world's locomotive. '

How can they be the world's locomotive if all they do is swallow down what their teachers dish out to them and regurgitate same in exams, and of course pass their exams with high scores?

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This post was edited by ztoa789 at 2016-4-17 03:50
seneca Post time: 2016-4-16 11:24
People like you take pride in the wrong stats that prove nothing the world cares for.

You are sick.
The recent results from the international standardized PISA tests in math, reading and science will make this an increasingly untenable position. Shanghai got by far the best results out of all the OECD countries (never mind the developing ones). Now while you might (rightly) argue Shanghai draws much of the elite of the Yangtze river delta, the Financial Times has more: “Citing further, as-yet unpublished OECD research,Mr Schleicher said: “We have actually done Pisa in 12 of the provinces in China. Even in some of the very poor areas you get performance close to the OECD average.””

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This post was edited by ztoa789 at 2016-4-17 03:53
seneca Post time: 2016-4-16 11:24
People like you take pride in the wrong stats that prove nothing the world cares for...

you are s1ck.

The recent results from the international standardized PISA tests in math, reading and science will make this an increasingly untenable position. Shanghai got by far the best results out of all the OECD countries (never mind the developing ones). Now while you might (rightly) argue Shanghai draws much of the elite of the Yangtze river delta, the Financial Times has more: “Citing further, as-yet unpublished OECD research, Mr Schleicher said: “We have actually done Pisa in 12 of the provinces in China. Even in some of the very poor areas you get performance close to the OECD average.””
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