Following a recent international survey, how did UK students rate their own wellbeing compared with students elsewhere?
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) regularly conducts an international survey covering 540,000 15–16-year-old students in 72 participating countries. It recruits its samples from schools in each country. This is a brave attempt to undertake meaningful international comparative research via an online survey. In 2017 the OECD reported on its 2015 survey findings. Producing such a report is a mammoth task, and the results are published in a number of volumes.
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