Canadian students are lagging in mathematics compared to their international peers, according to global rankings compiled by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).

The test is conducted every three years and measures 15-year-olds in the subjects of math, science and reading. During the latest round of assessments, PISA placed its focus on math, with fewer questions devoted to science and reading.

The assessment was released on T

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