Ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status and educational achievement: An exploration (2013)
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The average PISA scores on the three dimensions of reading, mathematics and science literacy of New Zealand fifteen year-olds are high among the OECD countries. There are differences by ethnicity and class (and to a lesser extent gender), which are explored in this report.
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