During the workshops, the media, NGOs and a wider interested public were made familiar with the results of international comparative assessment studies in terms of achievement of common European objectives in the field of education. A special focus was on interpretations of international comparative achievement scales, suitable understanding of statistical data indicated by the scales and individual countries” ranking in a longer time period.
- On 19 November 2013, Dr Mojca Štraus presented Slovenia”s results in international comparative assessment studies at the seminar of the board of chairmen of the Regional Committee of Education, Science and Culture Trade Union of Slovenia, which took place in Slovenian town of Strunjan.
- On 3 December 2013, a press conference was held at the Educational Research Institute; the aim of the press conference was a presentation of PISA 2012 results, with a special focus on the issue of (non-)achievement of basic levels of reading, mathematical and scientific literacy in Slovenia.
- On 6 February 2014, Klaudija Šterman Ivančič presented the monographs published in the Digital Library of the Educational Research Institute on the topic of PISA 2009 and 2012 at a press conference organised by the Digital Library. The presented monographs, which represent an important basis for understanding the non-achievement of the basic levels of reading, mathematical and scientific literacy by Slovenian students in PISA, are:
- Factors in Reading Literacy in PISA 2009
- Motivational Factors in Youth and Adult Education
- Starting Points of Reading Literacy Assessment in PISA 2012 with Sample Tasks
- Starting Points of Mathematical Literacy Assessment in PISA 2012 with Sample Tasks
- Starting Points of Financial Literacy Assessment in PISA 2012 with Sample Tasks