UK schools 'below Estonia and Poland' in OECD rankings

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The UK has fallen in the international school rankings for reading, maths and science with British 15-year-olds now lower than Poland, Norway and Estonia.

Jim Murphy said: "We did make progress" and added there was a "massive improvement" in GCSE results when asked why the Labour government doubled education spending but Britain fell in the OECD table.

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