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Belgium-Brussels: Study on engagement and achievement of 15 year olds in PISA 2015 across EU Member States
Section I: Contracting authority
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Section II: Object
Study on engagement and achievement of 15 year olds in PISA 2015 across EU Member States.
In 2015, the programme for international students' assessment (PISA) has been conducted for the first time in all 28 Member States and for the first time as a computer-based assessment. This provides a new opportunity for analysing the log-files as a source for information about non-traditional competences. This study shall provide information on the students' behaviour and engagement in completing the assessment tasks. Moreover, these should be analysed with regard to their performance in the major PISA domains as well as differences among the student population on an individual, school and country level, including aspects that can be influenced by policy.
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Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
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Section VI: Complementary information
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