PISA in Focus over spijbelen

Er is een nieuwe PISA in Focus over spijbelgedrag bij 15-jarigen. Wat valt op?

  • Across OECD countries, 18% of students skipped classes at least once in the two weeks prior to the PISA test, and 15% of students skipped a day of school or more over the same period.
  • Few students in high-performing school systems skip classes or days of school.
  • Truancy is observed among all students, whether advantaged or disadvantaged.

Dit laatste wordt duidelijk als je naar de onderstaande grafiek bekijkt:

Naamloos 2

Maar het is niet onbelangrijk:

  • For students in OECD countries, skipping classes is associated with a 32-point lower score in mathematics, while skipping days of school is associated with a 52-point lower score.
    PISA2

En dit kan een invloed hebben op de totale resultaten:

PISA3

Samengevat:

Results from PISA 2012 show that playing truant is negatively associated with student performance. Results also show that students are less likely to play truant when they are engaged with school. Parents and teachers can nurture students’ engagement with and at school by holding high expectations for their children/students and by being more engaged, themselves, in their

children’s/students’ lives.

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