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  • A. Participation in education
    • A1. All ages
      • 2011
        • Enrollment rates, by age A.1.09 Population, school enrollment, and number of teachers, by major areas of the world and level of education: Selected years, 1980 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Enrollment rates, by age Table A.1.10. Selected population and enrollment statistics for countries with populations of at least 10 million in 2011, by continent and country: Selected years, 1990 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Enrollment, percentage of population Table A.1.12. Percentage of population enrolled in secondary and postsecondary education, by age group and OECD or other country: Selected years, 1985 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2010
        • School-age population Table A.1.11. School-age populations as a percentage of total population, by age group and OECD or other country: Selected years, 1985 through 2010 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • Youth population in education and not in education Table A.1.08. OECD: Percentage of the youth population in education and not in education, by age group, work status, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2008
        • Enrollment rates, trends Table A.1.01. OECD: Enrollment rates of full-time and part-time students in public and private institutions, by age and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Enrollment rates by age Table A.1.02. Trends in the percentage of the population enrolled in school, by age group and country: 1995-2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Enrollment distribution, primary and secondary Table A.1.03. OECD: Percentage distribution of students in primary and secondary education, by type of institution, mode of study, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Enrollment distribution, higher education Table A.1.04. OECD: Percentage distribution of students in tertiary education, by type of institution, mode of study, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Percentage of population in formal education, by age group Table A.1.07. Percentage of population ages 3 to 29 enrolled in formal education, by age group and country in the G-8 countries: 1999 and 2008 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • School-age population Table A.1.05. School-age populations as a percentage of total population, by age group and country: Selected years, 1985 through 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Enrollment, percentage of population Table A.1.06. Percentage of population enrolled in secondary and postsecondary education, by age group and country: Selected years, 1985 through 2006 Excel FileExcel
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    • A2. Postsecondary education
      • 2009
        • New entrants into tertiary education Table A.2.03. OECD: Percentage distribution of new entrants into tertiary programs, by field of education and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          New entrants into tertiary education by gender Table A.2.04. OECD: Percentage distribution of new entrants into tertiary programs, by gender, field of education, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          New entrants into advanced research programs Table A.2.05. OECD: Percentage distribution of new entrants into advanced research programs, by field of education and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary enrollment Table A.2.06. OECD: Percentage distribution of tertiary enrollment, by tertiary programs, field of education, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary enrollment of international and foreign students Table A.2.07. OECD: Percentage distribution of international and foreign students enrolled in tertiary programs, by field of education and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary enrollment of international and foreign students Table A.2.08. OECD: Percentage of international and foreign students enrolled in tertiary education, by student mobility and foreign enrollments, tertiary program, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2008
        • Entry rates to higher education Table A.2.01. OECD: Net entry rates to tertiary education, by type of institution, gender, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Foreign students in higher education Table A.2.02. Foreign students enrolled in institutions of higher education in the United States, by continent, region, and selected countries of origin: Selected years, 1980-81 through 2007-08 Excel FileExcel
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  • B. Education Outcomes
    • B1. Academic achievement
      • B1a. Reading
        • 2012
          • Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.90. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R1)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.91. Percentage of 15-year-old students performing at PISA reading literacy proficiency levels 5 and above and below level 2, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R1b)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.92. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R2)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.93. Cut scores of 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale at selected percentiles and percentile cut score gaps, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R3)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.94. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA reading literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R2b)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.95. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R8)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.96. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R4)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.97. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA reading literacy scale, by percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R5)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.98. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R6)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.99. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table R7)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.147. Cut scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale at selected percentiles: 2000, 2003, 2009, and 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T3b)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.148. Average scores and changes in average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by education system: 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T4)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.149. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA reading literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2000, 2003, 2009, 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T7)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.144. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA computer-based reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table CR1)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.145. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA computer-based reading literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table CR2)
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.146. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA computer-based reading literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table CR1b)
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        • 2011
          • Reading achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.84. Overall PIRLS reading average scale score and purposes of reading subscale scores of 4th-grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.85. Average PIRLS reading scores of 4th-grade students, by education system: 2001, 2006, and 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.86. Percentage of 4th-grade students reaching the PIRLS international benchmarks in reading, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, grade 4, by sex Table B.1.87. Difference in average PIRLS reading scores of 4th-grade students, by sex and education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, grade 4, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.88. Average PIRLS reading scores of U.S. 4th- grade students, by race/ethnicity: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.89. Average PIRLS reading scores of U.S. 4th-grade students, by percentage of students in public school eligible for free or reduced-price lunch: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2009
          • Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.42. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA, by grade level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.43. Average scores of 15-year-old students on reading literacy scale and reading literacy subscales in PISA, by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.44. Average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on reading literacy scale in PISA, by sex and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.45. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on reading literacy scale in PISA, by race/ethnicity: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.46. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on reading literacy scale in PISA, by percentage of students in public school eligible for free or reduced-price lunch: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.47. Average scores of 15-year-old students on reading literacy scale, by country: 2000, 2003, 2006, and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.48. Average scores of 15-year-old students in PISA on reading literacy scale, by selected percentiles, by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.49. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students in PISA on reading literacy scale, by selected percentiles: 2000, 2003, and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.50. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA on reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.51. Percentage of 15-year-old students in PISA on reading literacy scale, by selected proficiency level ranges and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.52. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA on the access and retrieve reading literacy subscale, by proficiency level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.53. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA on the integrate and interpret reading literacy subscale, by proficiency level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.54. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA on the reflect and evaluate reading literacy subscale, by proficiency level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.55. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students on reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and race/ethnicity: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading Achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.56. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students in PISA on reading literacy scale, by proficiency level and percentage of students in public school eligible for free or reduced-price lunch: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2006
          • Reading achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.01. Average PIRLS reading literacy scores of fourth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 2001 and 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.02. Average PIRLS combined reading literacy scores and subscale scores for fourth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, fourth-grade, by sex Table B.1.03. Average PIRLS reading literacy scores of fourth-grade students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.04. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students reaching the PIRLS 2006 international benchmarks in reading literacy, by jursidiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, fourth-grade, with trends Table B.1.05. IEA: Trends in percentages of fourth-grade students reaching the PIRLS 2006 international benchmarks in reading literacy, by jurisdiction: 2001 and 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.06. Average PISA reading literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by jurisdiction: 2000, 2003, and 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.07. Average PISA reading literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2000, 2003, and 2006 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2003
          • Reading achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.69. Average reading literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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      • B1b. Mathematics
        • 2012
          • Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.110. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M1)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.111. Percentage of 15-year-old students performing at PISA mathematics literacy proficiency levels 5 and above and below level 2, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M1b)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.112. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy content subscales, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M2)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.113. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy process subscales, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M3)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.114. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M4)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.115. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy content subscales, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M5)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.116. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy process subscales, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M6)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.117. Cut scores of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale at selected percentiles and percentile cut score gaps, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M7)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.118. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M2b)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.119. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M8)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.120. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by proficiency level and percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M9)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-old Table B.1.121. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M10)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.122. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by proficiency level and race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M11)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.123. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table M12)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.153. Cut scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale at selected percentiles: 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T1b)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.154. Average scores and changes in average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by education system: 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T2)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.155. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA mathematics literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T5)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.150. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA computer-based mathematics literacy scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table CM1)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.151. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA computer-based mathematics literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table CM2)
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.152. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA computer-based mathematics literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table CM1b)
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        • 2011
          • Mathematics achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.72a. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of 4th-grade students, by education system: 1995, 2003, 2007, and 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grade 8 Table B.1.72b. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of 8th-grade students, by education system: 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2011 Excel FileExcelTables/FiguresHTML
            Mathematics achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.73a. Average TIMSS mathematics content domain scores of 4th-grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grade 8 Table B.1.73b. Average TIMSS mathematics content domain scores of 8th grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.74a. Percentage of 4th-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in mathematics, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grade 8 Table B.1.74b. Percentage of 8th-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in mathematics, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grade 4, by sex Table B.1.75a. Difference in average TIMSS mathematics scores of 4th-grade students, by sex and education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grade 8, by sex Table B.1.75b. Difference in average TIMSS mathematics scores of 8th-grade students, by sex and education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grades 4 and 8, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.76. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of U.S. 4th- and 8th-grade students, by race/ethnicity: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, grades 4 and 8 Table B.1.77. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of U.S. 4th-iand 8th-grade students, by percentage of public school studentsieligible for free or reduced-price lunch: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2009
          • Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.57. Average scores of 15-year-old students in PISA on mathematics literacy scale, by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.58. Average scores of 15-year-old students in PISA on mathematics literacy scale, by country: 2003, 2006, and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.59. Average scores of 15-year-old students in PISA on mathematics literacy scale, by selected percentiles, by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.60. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on mathematics literacy scale, by selected percentiles: 2003, 2006, and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.61. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA on mathematics literacy scale, by proficiency level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.62. Percentage of 15-year-old students in PISA on mathematics literacy scale, by selected proficiency level ranges and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.71. Average combined mathematics literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2007
          • Mathematics achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.10a. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of fourth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 1995, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.10b. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of eighth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.11a. Average TIMSS mathematics content and cognitive domain scores of fourth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.11b. Average TIMSS mathematics content and cognitive domain scores of eighth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics - Fourth Grade, by sex Table B.1.12a. IEA: Average TIMSS mathematics scores and standard errors of fourth-grade students, by sex and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics - Eighth Grade, by sex Table B.1.12b. IEA: Average TIMSS mathematics scores and standard errors of eighth-grade students, by sex and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.13a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in mathematics, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.13b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in mathematics, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, fourth-grade, with trends Table B.1.14a. IEA: Trends in percentages of fourth-grade students reaching the TIMSS 2007 international benchmarks in mathematics, by jurisdiction: 1995, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, eighth-grade, with trends Table B.1.14b. IEA: Trends in percentages of eighth-grade students reaching the TIMSS 2007 international benchmarks in mathematics, by jurisdiction: 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.15a. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of fourth-grade students, and cutpoint scores for bottom and top 10 percent of students in each jurisdiction, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.15b. Average TIMSS mathematics scores of eighth-grade students, and cutpoint scores for bottom and top 10 percent of students in each jurisdiction, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2006
          • Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.17. Average PISA mathematics literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by jurisdiction: 2000, 2003, and 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.18. Average PISA mathematics literacy scores of 15-year-old students, and cutpoint scores for bottom and top 10 percent of students in each jurisdiction, by jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2003
          • Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.19. Average PISA combined mathematics literacy scores and subscale scores of 15-year-old students, by jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.20. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students scoring at each proficiency level on the PISA mathematics literacy scale, by jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.21. Average PISA mathematics literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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            Mathematics achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.70. Average combined mathematics literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel (
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      • B1c. Science
        • 2012
          • Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.124. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S1)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.125. Percentage of 15-year-old students performing at PISA science literacy proficiency levels 5 and above and below level 2, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S1b)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.126. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S2)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.127. Cut scores of 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale at selected percentiles and percentile cut score gaps, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S3)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.128. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA science literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S2b)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.129. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S8)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.130. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA science literacy scale, by proficiency level and percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S4)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.131. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA science literacy scale, by percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S5)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.132. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by proficiency level and race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S6)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.133. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table S7)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.156. Cut scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale at selected percentiles: 2006, 2009, and 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T2b)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.157. Average scores and changes in average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by education system: 2006, 2009, and 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T3)
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.158. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA science literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2006, 2009, 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table T6)
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        • 2011
          • Science achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.78a. Average TIMSS science scores of 4th-grade students, by education system: 1995, 2003, 2007, and 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 8 Table B.1.78b. Average TIMSS science scores of 8th-grade students, by education system: 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.79a. Average TIMSS science content domain scores of 4th-grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 8 Table B.1.79b. Average TIMSS science content domain scores of 8th-grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 4 Table B.1.80a. Percentage of 4th-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in science, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 8 Table B.1.80b. Percentage of 8th-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in science, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 4, by sex Table B.1.81a. Difference in average TIMSS science scores of 4th-grade students, by sex and education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grade 8, by sex Table B.1.81b. Difference in average TIMSS science scores of 8th-grade students, by sex and education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grades 4 and 8, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.82. Average TIMSS science scores of U.S. 4th- and 8th-grade students, by race/ethnicity: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, grades 4 and 8 Table B.1.83. Average TIMSS science scores of U.S. 4th- and 8th-grade students, by percentage of public school students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2009
          • Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.63. Average scores of 15-year-old students in PISA on science literacy scale, by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.64. Average scores of 15-year-old students on science literacy scale, by country: 2006 and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.65. Average scores of 15-year-old students in PISA on science literacy scale at selected percentiles, by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.66. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on science literacy scale, by selected percentiles: 2006 and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.67. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students in PISA on science literacy scale, by proficiency level and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.68. Percentage of 15-year-old students in PISA on science literacy scale, by selected proficiency level ranges and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2007
          • Science achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.26a. Average TIMSS science scores of fourth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 1995, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.26b. Average TIMSS science scores of eighth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.27a. Average TIMSS science content and cognitive domain scores of fourth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.27b. Average TIMSS science content and cognitive domain scores of eighth-grade students, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.28a. Average TIMSS science scores of fourth-grade students, and cutpoint scores for bottom and top 10 percent of students in each jurisdiction, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.28b. Average TIMSS science scores of eighth-grade students, and cutpoint scores for bottom and top 10 percent of students in each jurisdiction, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, fourth-grade, by sex Table B.1.29a. Average TIMSS science scores of fourth-grade students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, eighth-grade, by sex Table B.1.29b. Average TIMSS science scores of eighth-grade students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, fourth-grade Table B.1.30a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in science, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, eighth-grade Table B.1.30b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students reaching the TIMSS international benchmarks in science, by jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, fourth-grade, with trends Table B.1.31a. IEA: Trends in percentages of fourth-grade students reaching the TIMSS 2007 international benchmarks in science, by jurisdiction: 1995, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, eighth-grade, with trends Table B.1.31b. IEA: Trends in percentages of eighth-grade students reaching the TIMSS 2007 international benchmarks in science, by jurisdiction: 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2007 Excel FileExcel
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        • 2006
          • Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.32. Average PISA science literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by jurisdiction: 2000, 2003, and 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.33. Average PISA science literacy scores of 15-year-old students, and cutpoint scores for bottom and top 10 percent of students in each jurisdiction, by jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.34. Average PISA combined science literacy scores and subscale scores of 15-year-old students, by jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.35. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on the PISA science literacy scale, by proficiency level and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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            Science achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.36. Average PISA science literacy scores of 15-year-old students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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      • B1d. Problem-solving
        • 2012
          • Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.100. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA problem solving scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS1)
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.101. Percentage of 15-year-old students performing at PISA problem solving proficiency levels 5 and above and below level 2, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS1b)
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.102. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA problem solving scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS2)
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.103. Cut scores of 15-year-old students on PISA problem solving scale at selected percentiles and percentile cut score gaps, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS3)
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.104. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA problem solving scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results TablePS2b )
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.105. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA problem solving scale, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS4)
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.106. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA problem solving scale, by proficiency level and percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS5)
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.107. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA problem solving scale, by percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS6)
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            Problem Solving, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.108. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA problem solving scale, by proficiency level and race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS7)
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            Problem Solving, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.109. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA problem solving scale, by race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table PS8)
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        • 2003
          • Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.22. Average PISA problem-solving scores of 15-year-old students, by jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.23. Average PISA problem-solving scores of 15-year-old students, by sex and jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.24. Average PISA problem-solving scores of 15-year-old students, by percentiles and jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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            Problem solving, 15-year-olds Table B.1.25. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students scoring at each proficiency level on the PISA problem-solving scale, by jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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      • B1e. Financial Literacy
        • 2012
          • Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.134. Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on PISA financial literacy scale, by proficiency level and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL1)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.135. Percentage of 15-year-old students performing at PISA financial literacy proficiency level 5 and below level 2, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL1b)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.136. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA financial literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL2)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.137. Cut scores of 15-year-old students on PISA financial literacy scale at selected percentiles and percentile cut score gaps, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL3)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds, by sex Table B.1.138. Difference in average scores of 15-year-old female and male students on PISA financial literacy scale, by education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL2b)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds, by economic, social and cultural status Table B.1.139. Average scores of 15-year-old students on PISA financial literacy scale, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and education system: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL4)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.140. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA financial literacy scale, by proficiency level and percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL5)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds Table B.1.141. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old public school students on PISA financial literacy scale, by percentage of students in enrolled schools eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, based on principals' reports: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL6)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.142. Percentage distribution of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA financial literacy scale, by proficiency level and race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL7)
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            Financial literacy achievement, 15-year-olds, by race/ethnicity Table B.1.143. Average scores of U.S. 15-year-old students on PISA financial literacy scale, by race/ethnicity: 2012
            (PISA 2012 Results Table FL8)
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    • B2. Adult literacy and numeracy
      • 2012
      • 2003
        • Adult literacy and numeracy Table B.2.01. Average ALL literacy and numeracy scores of 16- to 65-year-olds, by jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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          Adult literacy and numeracy Table B.2.02. Average ALL literacy and numeracy scores of 16- to 65-year-olds, by sex, subject, and jurisdiction: 2003 Excel FileExcel
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    • B3. Educational attainment
      • 2011
        • Educational attainment, high school Table B.3.25. Percentage of the population 25 to 64 years old who completed high school, by age group and country: Selected years, 2001 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, postsecondary education Table B.3.26. Percentage of the population 25 to 64 years old who attained selected levels of postsecondary education, by age group and country: 2001 and 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, higher education Table B.3.27. Percentage of the population 25 to 64 years old who attained a bachelor's or higher level degree, by age group and country: Selected years, 1999 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, postsecondary vocational education Table B.3.28. Percentage of the population 25 to 64 years old who attained a postsecondary vocational degree, by age group and country: Selected years, 1999 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary graduation Table B.3.29. Number of bachelor's degree recipients per 100 persons at the typical age of graduation, by sex and country: 2005 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Female graduation rates in higher education Table B.3.30. Percentage of bachelor's and higher level degrees awarded to women, by field of study and country: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2010
        • Tertiary graduation in math and science Table B.3.31. Percentage of bachelor's degrees awarded in mathematics, science, and engineering, by field of study and country: Selected years, 1990 through 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary graduation in math and science Table B.3.32. Percentage of graduate degrees awarded in mathematics, science, and engineering, by field of study and country: Selected years, 1990 through 2010 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • Educational attainment, females Table B.3.10. OECD: Percentage distribution of 25-64 year old males, by highest level of education attained and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, males Table B.3.11. OECD: Percentage distribution of 25-64 year old females, by highest level of education attained and country: 2009 Excel FileExce
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          Educational attainment, upper secondary or more, overall Table B.3.12. OECD: Percentage with at least upper secondary education, by age group and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, upper secondary or more, males Table B.3.13. OECD: Percentage of men with at least upper secondary education, by age group and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, upper secondary or more, females Table B.3.14. OECD: Percentage of women with at least upper secondary education, by age group and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, higher education, overall Table B.3.15. OECD: Percentage with tertiary education, by type of tertiary program, age group, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, higher education, males Table B.3.16. OECD: Percentage of males with tertiary education, by type of tertiary program, age group, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment, higher education, females Table B.3.17. OECD: Percentage of females with tertiary education, by type of tertiary program, age group, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational attainment of 25-64 year-olds Table B.3.19. OECD: Percentage of educational attainment of population ages 25-64, by year, educational attainment, and country: 1997-2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Post-secondary non-tertiary graduation rates Table B.3.20. OECD: Post-secondary non-tertiary (ISCED 4) graduation rates for single year of age, by program destination, gender, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary level graduation rate, impact of international/foreign students Table B.3.21. OECD: Graduation rate at different tertiary levels and impact of international/foreign students for single year of age, by program destination and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Graduation rates of advanced research programs Table B.3.22. OECD: Net graduation rates at the advanced research qualification level for single year of age at ISCED 6 level: 1995-2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Female graduation rates in higher education Table B.3.23. OECD: Percentage of tertiary qualifications awarded to women in tertiary-type A (academic higher education) and advanced research programs, by year, field of education, and country: 2000 and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Higher education graduates by field of education Table B.3.24. OECD: Percentage distribution of tertiary-type A (academic higher education) and advanced research programs graduates, by field of education and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2008
        • Graduation rates, secondary Table B.3.01. OECD: Upper secondary graduation rates, by program destination, program orientation, gender, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Graduation rates, secondary, with trends Table B.3.02. OECD: Trends in first-time graduation rates at upper secondary level, by country: 1995 and 2000 to 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Graduation rates, higher education, with trends Table B.3.04. OECD: Trends in tertiary graduation rates, by program type and country: 1995 and 2000 to 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Distribution of graduates by field Table B.3.05 OECD: Percentage distribution of tertiary graduates, by field of education, ISCED level, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Number of graduates by field Table B.3.18. Number of first university degree recipients, by field of study and country in the G-8 countries: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Tertiary graduation Table B.3.06. Number of bachelor's degree recipients per 100 persons of the typical age of graduation, by sex and country: 2002 through 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary graduation in math and science Table B.3.07. Percentage of bachelor's degrees awarded in mathematics and science, by field and country: Selected years, 1985 through 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary graduation in math and science Table B.3.08. Percentage of graduate degrees awarded in mathematics and science, by field and country: Selected years, 1985 through 2006 Excel FileExcel
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    • B4. Education, employment and income
      • 2012
        • Earnings differences between literacy proficiency levels Table B.4.13. Percentage distribution of yearly earnings among employed adults in the United States by literacy proficiency level: 2012 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • Earning differences between men and women Table B.4.09. Average full-time, full-year earnings of women as a percentage of men's earnings, by level of educational attainment, age, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Earning and educational attainment Table B.4.10. OECD: Percentage distribution of population ages 25-64, by level of earnings, country, and educational attainment: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Male earning and educational attainment Table B.4.11. OECD: Percentage distribution of men ages 25-64, by level of earnings, country, and educational attainment: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Female earning and educational attainment Table B.4.12. OECD: Percentage distribution of women ages 25-64, by level of earnings, country, and educational attainment: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2008
        • Employment rates and educational attainment by sex Table B.4.03. Percentage of employed 25-64 year-olds, by educational attainment (ISCED level), country, and sex: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Unemployment rates and educational attainment by sex Table B.4.04. Percentage of unemployed 25-64 year-olds, by educational attainment (ISCED level), country, and sex: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Employment rates and educational attainment by sex, trends Table B.4.05. Trends in the percentage of employed 25-64 year-olds, by country and educational attainment: 1997-2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Unemployment rates and educational attainment by sex, trends Table B.4.06. Trends in the percentage of unemployed 25-64 year-olds, by country and educational attainment: 1997-2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Earnings by sex Table B.4.07. Relative earnings of the population with income from employment, by educational attainment, age group, country, and sex: 2008 or latest available year Excel FileExcel
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          Percentage of population by education and income Table B.4.08. Percentage of the population ages 25 to 64, by highest level of education, income, and country in the G-8 countries: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Employment rates by educational attainment Table B.4.01. Proportion of age cohorts in skilled jobs (ISCO 1-3), by educational attainment, age group, and country: 2006 and 1998 Excel FileExcel
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  • C. School Contexts
    • C1. School characteristics and climate
      • 2011
        • Student-teacher ratio, elementary and secondary Table C.1.12. Pupil/teacher ratios in public and private elementary and secondary schools, by level of education and country: Selected years, 2000 through 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Reading strategies Table C.1.13. Average reading literacy scale scores of fourth-graders and percentage whose schools emphasize reading skills and strategies at or before second grade or at third grade, by sex and country or other education system: 2001, 2006, and 2011 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • Class size Table C1.01. Average class size, by type of institution and level of education: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2007
        • Student-teacher ratio, elementary and secondary Table C.1.02. Pupils per teacher in public and private elementary and secondary schools, by level of education and country: Selected years, 1985 through 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Class size, science, fourth grade Table C.1.04a. IEA: Percentage distribution of fourth-grade students in science instruction as reported in TIMSS, by class size and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Class size, science, eighth grade Table C.1.04b. IEA: Percentage distribution of eighth-grade students in science instruction as reported in TIMSS, by class size and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Class size, mathematics, fourth grade Table C.1.05a. IEA: Percentage distribution of fourth-grade students in mathematics as reported in TIMSS, by class size and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Class size, mathematics, eighth grade Table C.1.05b. IEA: Percentage distribution of eighth-grade students in mathematics as reported in TIMSS, by class size and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.07a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of principals' perception of school climate (PPSC) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.07b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement scores of eighth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of principals' perception of school climate (PPSC) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.08a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the index of principals' perception of school climate (PPSC) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.08b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement scores of eighth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the index of principals' perception of school climate (PPSC) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.10a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of science teachers' perception of safety in school (TPSS) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.10b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement of eighth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of science teachers' perception of safety in school (TPSS) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.11a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of mathematics teachers' perception of safety in school (TPSS) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.11b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement of eighth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of mathematics teachers' perception of safety in school (TPSS) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Class size, reading, fourth grade Table C.1.03. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students in reading and language instruction as reported in PIRLS, by class size and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.06. IEA: Percentage distribution and average reading achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by the Index of principals' perception of school climate (PPSC) and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          School climate and safety Table C.1.09. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by the Index of principals' perception of school safety (PPSS) and countries: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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    • C2. Teachers and staff
      • 2013
        • Teachers' demographics C.2.22. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers, by sex, age group, average age, and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' education and training C.2.23. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers, by highest level of formal education completed and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' working experience C.2.24. Average years of working experience among lower secondary education teachers, by type of working experience and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' time C.2.25. Average number of 60-minute hours lower secondary education teachers report having spent on work-related activities during the most recent complete calendar week, by activity and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Ratio of students to teaching staff and average class size C.2.26. Average number of students and staff and average staff ratios in schools where lower secondary education teachers work (includes both public and private schools) and average class size in lower secondary education, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' professional development C.2.27. Participation rates and reported personal financial cost of professional development activity undertaken by lower secondary education teachers in the 12 months prior to the survey, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' professional development C.2.28. Participation rates for each type of professional development reported to be undertaken by lower secondary education teachers in the 12 months prior to the survey, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' professional development C.2.29. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers indicating they have a high level of need for professional development, by area of need and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' professional development C.2.30. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who "agree" or "strongly agree" that specific issues present barriers to their participation in professional development, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' mentoring programs C.2.31. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who report participating in mentoring programs, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' appraisal and feedback C.2.32. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers whose school principal reports that their teachers were never appraised by specific bodies or never appraised at all, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' appraisal and feedback C.2.33. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers whose principal reports that appraisal is used in their schools and teachers are appraised by specific appraisal methods, by education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' appraisal and feedback C.2.34. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who report receiving or not receiving feedback in their school, by feedback method and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' appraisal and feedback C.2.35. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who work in schools where principals report that specific outcomes occurred "sometimes," "most of the time," or "always" after formal teacher appraisal, by outcome and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' appraisal and feedback C.2.36. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who report a moderate or large positive change in specific issues after they received feedback on their work at their school, by issue and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' appraisal and feedback C.2.37. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who "agree" or "strongly agree" with specific statements about teacher appraisal and feedback systems in their school, by statement and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' job satisfaction C.2.38. Percentage of lower secondary education teachers who "agree" or "strongly agree" with specific statements about job satisfaction, by statement and education system: 2013 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2011
        • Teachers' time Table C.2.21. Teachers' statutory teaching and total working time and average class size in public elementary and secondary schools, by level of education and country: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2010
        • Teacher education and training requirements, primary Table C.2.05. Steps to becoming a primary school teacher as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type and length of training available and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Teacher education and training requirements, secondary Table C.2.06. Steps to becoming a lower secondary school teacher as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA) by length and type of training available and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Teacher recruitment incentives Table C.2.07. Recruitment incentives to encourage individuals to train as teachers as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type of education, subject, and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • Ratio of students to teaching staff Table C.2.15. OECD: Ratio of students to teaching staff, by level of education, type of institution, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' salaries and pre-service teacher training requirements Table C.2.16. OECD: Teachers' salaries and pre-service teacher training requirements, by level of education and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Trends in the ratio of salaries to GDP Table C.2.17. OECD: Trends in the ratio of salaries to gross domestic product (GDP) per capita by level of education, year, and country: 2000, 2005-2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Number of teaching hours per year Table C.2.18. OECD: Number of teaching hours per year, by level of education and country: 2000, 2005-2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Age distribution of teachers Table C.2.19. OECD: Percentage distribution of teachers, by level of education, age group, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Gender distribution of teachers Table C.2.20. OECD: Percentage of female teachers in the classroom, by level of education and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2008
        • Teacher salary Table C.2.14. Public school teachers' average starting salaries in U.S. dollars expressed as a ratio of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in U.S. dollars, by education level and country in the G-8 countries: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2007
        • Teachers' time Table C.2.01. Organization of teachers' working time over the school year, by education level and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' demographics, science, fourth-grade Table C.2.03a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students by their science teachers' sex, science teachers' age, and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' demographics, mathematics, fourth-grade Table C.2.04a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students by their mathematics teachers' sex, mathematics teachers' age, and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' demographics, mathematics, eighth-grade Table C.2.04b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students by their mathematics teachers' sex, mathematics teachers' age, and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' educational level, science, fourth-grade Table C.2.09a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students by their science teachers' educational level and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' educational level, science, eighth-grade Table C.2.09b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students by their science teachers' educational level and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' educational level, mathematics, fourth-grade Table C.2.10a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students by their mathematics teachers' educational level and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' educational level, mathematics, eighth-grade Table C.2.10b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students by their mathematics teachers' educational level and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teacher professional development, mathematics, fourth-grade Table C.2.11a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students, by their mathematics teachers' participation in professional development over the prior 2 years and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teacher professional development, mathematics, eighth-grade Table C.2.11b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students, by their mathematics teachers' participation in professional development over the prior 2 years and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teacher professional development, mathematics, fourth-grade Table C.2.12a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students, by their science teachers' participation in professional development over the prior 2 years and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcelTables/FiguresHTML
          Teacher professional development, mathematics, eighth-grade Table C.2.12b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students, by their science teachers' participation in professional development over the prior 2 years and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Teachers' demographics, science, eighth-grade Table C.2.03b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students by their science teachers' sex, science teachers' age, and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' demographics, reading, fourth-grade Table C.2.02. IEA: Percentages of fourth-grade students by their reading teachers' sex, reading teachers' age, and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Teachers' educational level and certification, reading, fourth-grade Table C.2.08. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students by reading teachers' formal education, teacher certification, and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Reading specialists Table C.2.13. IEA: Percentage distribution of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by teacher reports of specialist availability and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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    • C3. Learning opportunities
      • 2011
        • Instructional time, fourth-grade, 2011 Table C.3.19a. Average instructional days per year of fourth-grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, eighth-grade, 2011 Table C.3.19b. Average instructional days per year of eighth-grade students, by education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, fourth-grade mathematics and science Table C.3.22. Average fourth-grade scores and annual instructional time in mathematics and science, by country or other education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, eighth-grade mathematics and science Table C.3.23. Average eighth-grade scores and annual instructional time in mathematics and science, by country or other education system: 2011 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • In-school instructional time, 15-year-old test language Table C.3.15a. Fifteen-year-old students' average in-school hours of instruction per week in the test language of the jurisdiction, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Out-of-school instructional time, 15-year-old test language Table C.3.15b. Fifteen-year-old students' average out-of-school hours of instruction per week in the test language of the jurisdiction, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          In-school instructional time, 15-year-old mathematics Table C.3.16a. Fifteen-year-old students' average in-school hours of instruction per week in mathematics, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Out-of-school instructional time, 15-year-old mathematics Table C.3.16b. Fifteen-year-old students' average out-of-school hours of instruction per week in mathematics, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          In-school instructional time, 15-year-old science Table C.3.17a. Fifteen-year-old students' average in-school hours of instruction per week in science, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Out-of-school instructional time, 15-year-old science Table C.3.17b. Fifteen-year-old students' average out-of-school hours of instruction per week in science, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Out-of-school instructional time, 15-year-old other subjects Table C.3.18. Fifteen-year-old students' average out-of-school hours of instruction per week in subjects other than mathematics, science, or the test language of the jurisdiction, by national quarters of the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status (ESCS) and jurisdiction: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          15 year-old students attending after-school lessons Table C.3.20. OECD: Percentage of 15 year-old students attending after-school lessons as reported in the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), by subject, hours per week, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Compulsory and intended instruction time Table C.3.21. OECD: Average number of hours per year of compulsory and intended instruction time in public institutions by country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2007
        • Instructional time, fourth-grade science Table C.3.02a. IEA: Trends in weekly intended and implemented instructional time for TIMSS fourth-grade science, by country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, eighth-grade science Table C.3.02b. IEA: Trends in weekly intended and implemented instructional time for TIMSS eighth-grade science, by country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, fourth-grade mathematics Table C.3.03a. IEA: Trends in weekly intended and implemented instructional time for TIMSS fourth-grade mathematics, by country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, eighth-grade mathematics Table C.3.03b. IEA: Trends in weekly intended and implemented instructional time for TIMSS eighth-grade mathematics, by country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and homework time, fourth-grade Table C.3.04 Percentage distribution of mathematics lesson time spent by eighth-grade students on various activities in a typical week, by country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, fourth-grade science Table C.3.08a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students using the computer in science class as reported in TIMSS, by lesson and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, eighth-grade science Table C.3.08b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students using the computer in science class as reported in TIMSS, by lesson and country: 2007 Excel FileExcelTables/FiguresHTML
          Computer-use, fourth-grade mathematics Table C.3.09a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students using the computer in mathematics class as reported in TIMSS, by lesson and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, eighth-grade mathematics Table C.3.09b. Percentage of eighth-grade students using the computer in mathematics class as reported in TIMSS, by lesson and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, fourth-grade science, with trends Table C.3.10a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade mathematics students as reported in TIMSS, by where computer is used and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, eighth-grade science, with trends Table C.3.10b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of eighth-grade mathematics students as reported in TIMSS, by where computer is used and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, fourth-grade mathematics, with trends Table C.3.11a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade science students as reported in TIMSS, by where computer is used and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Computer-use, eighth-grade mathematics, with trends Table C.3.11b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of eighth-grade science students as reported in TIMSS, by where computer is used and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and homework time, fourth-grade Table C.3.12a. Average fourth-grade mathematics scores, by content and cognitive domain, index of time spent doing mathematics homework, and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and homework time, eighth-grade Table C.3.12b. Average TIMSS eighth-grade mathematics scores, by content and cognitive domain, index of time spent doing mathematics homework, and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and homework time, fourth-grade Table C.3.13a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of time students spend doing science homework (TSH) in a normal week and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and homework time, eighth-grade Table C.3.13b.IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of eighth-grade students in general/integrated science as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of time students spend doing science homework (TSH) in a normal week and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional time, eighth-grade, 2007 Table C.3.14. IEA: Number of instructional days and instructional hours in eighth grade as reported by TIMSS, by country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Instructional time, fourth-grade reading Table C.3.01. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported by PIRLS, by hours of formal and integrated reading taught weekly and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Learning time - 15-year-olds Table C.3.05 OECD: Percentage of 15-year-old students as reported in PISA, by time spent on learning and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Instructional practices, fourth-grade reading Table C.3.06. IEA: Teachers' reports of the percentage of fourth-grade students reading aloud or silently in class as reported by PIRLS, by method of reading, frequency, and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Availability of computers, fourth-grade Table C.3.07. IEA: Schools' reports of the percentage of available computers for instructional purposes in fourth grade as reported by PIRLS, by number of students per computer and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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    • C4. Finance (expenditures)
      • 2009
        • Financial aid, tuition fees Table C.4.17. OECD: Percentage distribution of financial aid to students and scholarship/grants in support of their tuition fees in academic higher education, by type of financial aid and country: academic year 2008-09 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2008
        • Expenditure per student Table C.4.04. OECD: Annual expenditure per student, by level of education and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Expenditure per student, core services Table C.4.05. OECD: Annual expenditure per student for core services, by level of education and by country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Expenditure per student, core and ancillary services Table C.4.06. OECD: Annual expenditure per student on core services and ancillary services/research & development (R&D), by level of education, type of service and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Cumulative expenditure per student Table C.4.07. OECD: Cumulative expenditure per student over the average duration of tertiary studies, type of program and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Theoretical duration of studies, cumulative expenditure per student Table C.4.08. OECD: Cumulative expenditure per student over the theoretical duration of primary and secondary studies, by level of education and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Expenditure per student relative to GDP Table C.4.09. OECD: Annual expenditure per student relative to gross domestic product (GDP) per capita, by level of education and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Change in expenditure per student Table C.4.10. OECD: Change in expenditure per student, by level of education, type of change, and country: 1995, 2000, 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Secondary expenditure per student Table C.4.11. Annual expenditure per student at the secondary level, by level of education, type of program and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Trends in public and private expenditure on educational institutions Table C.4.12. OECD: Public and private expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), by year, level of education, and country: 1995, 2000, 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Public and private expenditure on educational institutions Table C.4.13. OECD: Public and private expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), by level of education and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Public and private expenditure on educational institutions, source of fund Table C.4.14. OECD: Public and private expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), by level of education, source of fund, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Change in public and private expenditure on educational institutions Table C.4.15. OECD: Change in public and private expenditure on educational institutions and change in gross domestic product (GDP), by type of change, year, and country: 1995, 2000, 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Public expenditure on education Table C.4.16. OECD: Public expenditure on education as a percentage of total public expenditure and of gross domestic product (GDP), by year, level of education and country: 1995, 2000, 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Expenditure on educational institutions by service category Table C.4.18. OECD: Expenditure on educational institutions by service category as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), by level of education, service category, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Expenditure on educational institutions by resource category, primary and secondary Table C.4.19. OECD: Percentage of total and current expenditure by primary and secondary educational institutions, by level of education, resource category, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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          Expenditure on educational institutions by resource category Table C.4.20. OECD: Percentage of total and current expenditure, by level of education, resource category, and country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Per pupil expenditures, by education level Table C.4.01. Public and private education expenditures per student, by level of education and country: Selected years, 2000 through 2006

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          Total expenditures, by education level Table C.4.02. Total public direct expenditures on education as a percentage of the gross domestic product, by level of education and country: Selected years, 1985 through 2006 Excel FileExcel
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  • D. Students' Experiences and Attitudes About Education
    • D1. Student attitudes
      • 2009
        • Reading for enjoyment, sex differences Table D.1.10. Difference in the percentage of 15-year-old students who reported reading for enjoyment, by sex and country in the G-8 countries: 2000 and 2009 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2007
        • Attitudes Table D.1.03a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of students' positive affect toward science (PATS) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Attitudes Table D.1.03b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement scores of eighth-grade students in general/integrated science as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of students' positive affect toward science (PATS) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Attitudes Table D.1.04a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of students' positive affect toward mathematics (PATM) with trends and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Attitudes Table D.1.04b. Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement scores of eigth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by the Index of students' positive affect toward mathematics (PATM) and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Attitudes Table D.1.01. IEA: Percentage distribution and average reading achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by the Index of students' attitudes toward reading (SATR) and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Attitudes Table D.1.02. IEA: Percentage distribution and average reading achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by the Index of students' reading self-concept (SRSC) and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and self-concept, 15-year-olds Table D.1.05. OECD: 15-year-old students' mean index scores on the PISA index of self-concept in science and science performance, by quarters of the index, sex, and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Importance of science, mathematics, and reading, 15-year-olds Table D.1.06. OECD: Percentages of students reporting in PISA that doing well in science, reading, and mathematics at school is important or very important, by sex and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Time spent reading, fourth-grade Table D.1.08. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students reading stories or novels outside of school as reported in PIRLS, by reading frequency and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Time spent reading, fourth-grade Table D.1.09. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students reading for information ouside of school as reported in PIRLS, by reading frequency and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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      • 1999
        • Attitudes, civics, ninth-grade Table D.1.07. Percentage of ninth-grade students who reported participating in various civic-related organizations in the Civic Education Study, by jurisdiction: 1999

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    • D2. Student background and achievement
      • 2007
        • Science achievement and home language, fourth-grade Table D.2.02a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students and their average TIMSS science scores, by frequency with which they speak the language of the test at home and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and home language, eighth-grade Table D.2.02b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students and their average TIMSS science scores, by frequency with which they speak the language of the test at home and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and home language, fourth-grade Table D.2.04a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students and their average TIMSS mathematics scores, by frequency with which they speak the language of the test at home and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and home language, eighth-grade Table D.2.04b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students and their average TIMSS mathematics scores, by frequency with which they speak the language of the test at home and jurisdiction: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and immigrant status, fourth-grade Table D.2.06a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students and their average TIMSS science scores, by students' reports of parents born in the country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and immigrant status, eighth-grade Table D.2.06b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students and their average TIMSS science scores, by students' reports of parents born in the country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and immigrant status, fourth-grade Table D.2.07a. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students and their average TIMSS mathematics scores, by students' reports of parents born in the country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Mathematics achievement and immigrant status, eighth-grade Table D.2.07b. IEA: Percentage of eighth-grade students and their average TIMSS mathematics scores, by students' reports of parents born in the country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Resources in the home Table D.2.12a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by books in the home and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Resources in the home Table D.2.12b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average science achievement of eighth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by books in the home and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Resources in the home Table D.2.13a. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement of fourth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by books in the home and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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          Resources in the home Table D.2.13b. IEA: Percentage distribution and average mathematics achievement of eighth-grade students as reported in TIMSS, by books in the home and country: 2007 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2006
        • Reading achievement and home language, fourth-grade Table D.2.01. IEA: Percentage of fourth-grade students and their average PIRLS reading scores, by extent to which parents speak the language of the test at home and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcelTables/FiguresHTML
          Science achievement and home language, 15-year-olds Table D.2.03. OECD: Percentage of 15-year-old students and their average PISA science scores, by students' reports of language spoken at home most of the time: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Science achievement and immigrant status, 15-year-olds Table D.2.08. OECD: Percentage distribution of 15-year-old students on the PISA science literacy scale, by immigrant status, proficiency level, and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Books in the home Table D.2.09. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by parents' reports of the number of books in the home and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Early home literacy Table D.2.10. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by the index of early home literacy activities (EHLA) and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Home educational resources Table D.2.11. IEA: Percentage distribution and average achievement scores of fourth-grade students as reported in PIRLS, by the index of home educational resources (HER) and country: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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          Science, reading, and mathematics achievement and parent education level, 15-year-olds Table D.2.15. OECD: Percentage of 15-year-old students and their average PISA science, reading and mathematics scores, by level of education of parents and jurisdiction: 2006 Excel FileExcel
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  • E. Education System Characteristics
    • E1. Structure, organization, and access
      • 2010
        • System organization and control Table E.1.02. Levels of control and administrative organization as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive, by country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Education reforms Table E.1.03. Year of education reforms as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by reforms and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Educational phases Table E.1.04. Age range of educational phases (not necessarily involving transfer from one school to another) as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type of education and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Organization of school week and day Table E.1.06. Organization of the school week and day as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by teaching time, level of responsibility and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Access Table E.1.07. School structure as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type of education and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Access Table E.1.08. Access to educational phases as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type of education and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          Access Table E.1.09. Progression within educational phases as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type of education and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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      • 2009
        • Upper secondary graduation rate Table E.1.10. OECD: Typical upper secondary graduation ages and graduation rate calculations, by program orientation and educational/labor market destination, type of program, and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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          Tertiary graduation rate Table E.1.11. OECD: Typical tertiary graduation agesand graduation rate calculations, by type of program and country: 2009 Excel FileExcel
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    • E2. Curriculum [currently empty]
    • E3. Assessments
      • 2010
        • National assessments systems Table E.3.01. National standardized assessment system as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by system and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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          National examinations Table E.3.02. National standardized assessment system as reported in International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA), by type of education and country: 2010 Excel FileExcel
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  • F. Reference Statistics
    • 2008
      • Overview of the economic context Table F.1.01. OECD: Overview of the economic context using basic variables, by country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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        Basic reference statistics, 2008 Table F.1.02. OECD: Basic reference statistics by country: 2008 Excel FileExcel
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    • 2000
      • Basic reference statistics, 1995 and 2000 Table F.1.03. OECD: Basic reference statistics, by year and country: 1995 and 2000 Excel FileExcel
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Data in this library come from a variety of sources besides NCES, including:

For the latest data on PIAAC, please view http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/piaac/
For the latest data on PIRLS, please view http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pirls
For the latest data on PISA, please view http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pisa/
For the latest data on TALIS, please view http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/talis/
For the latest data on TIMSS, please view http://nces.ed.gov/timss/

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