Report shows reading and maths successes and challenges in Bangladesh
Results from Bangladesh’s first national learning assessment in primary education since the pandemic suggest there have been no widespread learning losses despite severe disruptions to schooling. Significant proportions of students, however, remain below grade level expectations.
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Educational aspirations of disadvantaged students in decline
Research shows the proportion of Australian students from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds that aspire to complete tertiary education has fallen over the last six years.
ACER to lead international teacher knowledge survey
ACER is leading an innovative new survey designed to improve our understanding of the nature of teachers’ general pedagogical knowledge.
How do we address our underachievement problem?
In the third in our series on The Big Five Challenges in Education in a Changed World, experts from education research and practice, and from a leading Australian charity, discussed the lingering impact of early underachievement at school.
Supporting post-school transitions for at-risk students
A survey of young people in South Australia is informing how to better prepare students for a successful start to their lives after school.
Should we keep taking part in PISA?
In a recent webinar, educational experts reinforced the need to keep participating in large-scale international student surveys – even if we don’t always like the results.