An Interpretation of New Zealand’s Education System through PISA Reports

Santiago Nieto Martín, María Luisa Sevillano García

Abstract


In this article, I attempt to show the characteristics of the education system in New Zealand, doing so based on the educational performance revealed in different countries through the PISA 2006 Report. I describe the characteristics obtained by carrying out a comparison with other countries in the world, and I clearly define the benefits through four models that define the educational systems of the world to address their heterogeneity.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v7i1.10083

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