Serbian children achieve excellent PIRLS literacy score

Children from Serbia aged 10 have achieved above-average results in reading literacy, according to the results of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS 2021), and placed 26th in the world.

Fourth-grade elementary school students from Serbia won 514 points, which is over 500, that is, more than the average scale value of the scale, according to the PIRLS.

Based on the aforementioned research, the results of which are published every five years, children from Singapore took first place with 587 points, followed by Hong Kong (573) and Russia (567).

England, Finland, Poland, Chinese Taipei, Sweden, Australia and Bulgaria are also in the top 10.

As far as regional countries go, Slovenia is ahead of Serbia with 520 points while Montenegro ranked 33rd, with 487 points.

The test included hundreds of thousands of children, including 4,037 fourth-grade students from 169 schools.

(Blic, 17.05.2023)



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