Wales warned of more Pisa woe

21st October 2011 at 01:00

Wales has been warned that more Pisa disappointment is a possibility. The country's "disastrous" performance in the 2009 international Pisa tests was described by education minister Leighton Andrews as a "wake-up call". But despite a raft of reforms, leading academics and government advisers have warned that results from the next set of tests are in danger of being even worse.

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