PIAAC in the News

  • "How Low Literacy Rates and Lack of Education Funding Fuel the Cycle of Incarceration" (8/5/18, TruthoutRead More ›
  • "What Happens to Academic Gender Gaps When Students Grow Up?" (8/1/18, EdWeek) Read More ›
  • "Being good at maths could be good for your health" (7/26/2018, Education & Skills Today) Read more ›
  • "Cynicism isn't as smart as we think it is" (7/18/2018, Quartz) Read more ›
  • "Casting Aside Shame and Stigma, Adults Tackle Struggles With Literacy" (4/26/18, NPRRead More
  • "Millennials and the Tough Road Ahead" (4/17/18, PR NewswireRead More
  • "OECD working paper on automation of jobs highlights 'the interesting case' of NZ where growth of cognitive jobs, professionals & managerial roles has workers among the best placed in the OECD" (4/9/18, interest.co.nzRead more
  • "Improving the skills of Chileans would boost productivity and inclusive growth" (4/6/18, Modern DiplomacyRead more ›
  • "New automation job study says 14% job losses--not 47%--over 20 years, but youth unemployment and low skill jobs hard hit" (4/3/18, Next Big FutureRead More
  • High number of adults unable to do basic mathematical tasks (3/15/18, The ConversationRead More

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