Report being prepared to explain Pisa disqualification

Paper chase: (From left) 2016 JCI National President Datuk Terry Ong, 2017 JCI National President-elect Nurul-Huda Mohamed Afandi, Chong and CEO of Global Peace Foundation Malaysia Dr Teh Su Thye attending the 2016 JCI Malaysia National Partnership Summit.

KUALA LUMPUR: A report being prepared by the committee conducting the Mathematics, Reading and Science under the Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) 2015 will explain the reason for the inadequate sampling which resulted in Malaysia’s disqualification, said Deputy Education Minister Datuk Chong Sin Woon.

He said although Malaysia was disqualified, its improvement compared with previous results was recognised.

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