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Other Sources for International Educational Information and Data
Transcript of Other Sources for International Educational Information and Data
and Attitudes about Reading
of 4th graders
in the US
and International equivalents The mean score for girls
was higher than the mean score
for boys in the United States
(562 vs. 551)
The U.S. average score in 2011
was 16 points higher
than in 2006
(540 in 2006 vs. 556 in 2011) Argentina
The next administration
of the PRLS is scheduled
to take place in 2016 PIRLS will help educators and policymakers by answering questions such as:
-How well do 4th-grade students read?
-How do students in one country compare with students in another country in reading literacy?
-Do 4th-grade students value and enjoy reading?
-Internationally, how do the reading habits and attitudes of students vary?
The Progress in International Reading
Literacy Study (PIRLS) In 2011, the PIRLS was administered for the 3rd time, and included participants from 53 educational systems The overall average reading
scale score for U.S. students (556)
was higher than the international PIRLS scale average,
which is set to 500
The U.S. average score was
14 points higher in 2011
than in 2001
(542 in 2001 vs. 556 in 2011) England
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Participating Countries: (http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pirls/faq.asp?FAQType=2)