Phone-based assessment help motivate improvements in learning assessment tools and strengthen resilient assessment practices that can cope with future shocks to education systems.
The book aims to provide answers to questions about effective approaches to the design, implementation and use of large-scale assessments.
Due to COVID-19 and the social distancing measures, 90 percent of the world’s schools were forced to close. Ministries of education everywhere are rethinking how to make high stakes decisions about students’ futures.
Due to social distancing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, governments, universities, and testing organizations around the world have had to decide whether or not to administer high-stakes examinations.
Formative assessment can help students to continue along their learning trajectory, providing them, their parents, and their teachers with necessary information to support the learning process.
As COVID-19 is forcing school closures and bans on group gatherings, many solutions and measures are being introduced for the exams that students have been preparing to take.
The conference brought together policy makers and assessment officials from the six Central America countries and practitioners from Argentina, Mexico and Chile.
Kazakh parents of the Bayannuur School students joined a meeting with the project team of Mongolia’s Education Quality and Reform Project to share their thoughts on their children’s learning needs and experiences.
The objective of the conference was to initiate a knowledge-sharing dialogue on assessment practices in basic education in the South Asia region, and to learn from countries’ experiences with using assessment data to improve teaching and learning.
The Unified Entrance Examination (UEE) plays a vital role in Armenia's education system. Currently, a READ grant is supporting the design and piloting of computer-based testing in mathematics, a core UEE subject.
The video highlights the case of Armenia and how the READ Trust Fund Program supported efforts to improve student assessment systems and practices.
The project “Promoting Capacity for Fair, Aligned, and Effective Assessment” under the READ 2 TF program supports Vietnam in addressing quality and equity issues in education.
The Kyrgyz Republic plans to use their READ 2 grant to capitalize on the gains made under READ 1 and further enhance the country’s assessment capacity.
Using stories from Colombia, Singapore and South Africa, this documentary highlights why learning matters and shows how these countries are ensuring that learning is taking place.