Andreas Schleicher, Division Head and coordinator of the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) argues that the Swedish school system lost its soul in the 1990s. In an interview with Svenska Dagbladet he explains that the Swedish school system consists of a multitude of individual schools that do not form a cohesive system. The Minister for Education, Gustav Fridolin (MP) agrees and points to the increase in inequality in the Swedish educational system: “we used to be one of the strongest school systems where your origins did not affect your chances to obtain good school results. That was the soul of the Swedish school” says Fridolin. Next week the results of the latest PISA test will be presented. The results from 2013 revealed a sharp dip in the Swedish results.