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China is Cheating the World Student Rankings System
Enough is enough: Beijing must supply national data to assessors and not
simply the results of a small minority of elite students
By David Stout Dec. 04, 201347 Comments
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A Young Pioneer attends the weekly flag-raising ceremony at the East
Experimental School in Shanghai
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A Young Pioneer attends the weekly flag-raising ceremony at the East
Experimental School in Shanghai November 5, 2012.
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The results from a global exam that evaluates students’ reading, science
and math skills are in and, once again, Chinese students appear to be
reigning supreme while American students continued to underperform.
But before you shake your head ruefully and scoff at the decline of Western-
style education, take a look at how the data is organized.
The OECD’s Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) exams are
held every three years. Coming first and third respectively in the 2012
exams are the Chinese cities of Shanghai and Hong Kong.
However, China is uniquely not listed as a country in the rankings — unlike
the U.S., Russia, Germany, Australia and other nations judged on the basis
of their country-wide performances. Instead, China only shares Shanghai’s
score with PISA. (Hong Kong, a Special Autonomous Region of China, sends its
own data.)
Shanghainese and Hong Kong students are much better educated than those
elsewhere in China. Slate quoted the Brookings Institution’s Tom Loveless
as saying that “About 84 percent of Shanghai high school graduates go to
college, compared to 24 percent nationally.” In addition, Loveless points
out that affluent Shanghainese parents will spend large sums on extra
tuition for the children — paying fees that far exceed what an average
worker makes in a year.
By not providing full national data, China is in effect cheating.
As Loveless noted earlier this year, Shanghai’s test scores “will be
depicted, in much of the public discussion that follows, as the results for
China.” He added: “that is wrong.”
All of a sudden, rote-learning doesn’t look like China’s secret weapon.
[NPR, Brookings]
Read more: World Student Rankings: China Is Cheating the PISA System | TIME.
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