Thank you Stephen Dinham for the obvious pun. His article on the downside of trumping the PISA scores is well articulated. Stephen and peeps like Zong Yao lament the lack of recognition around the loss of creativity and divergent thinking skills that accompanies the narrow focus on the improving scores in tests that cite only a single possible correct answer. Seems to me its a tad like IQ tests that have only every measured a restrictive interpretation of what = IQ.
Well worth a read. bit.ly/R1MYKL
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