Building upon decades of international assessment experience, Progressive Achievement for International Schools (PAIS) is designed to provide educators with immediate and relevant feedback to support evidence-based teaching and improve student learning outcomes.
Designed for an international school context
PAIS has been created for international schools and schools with an international focus. Test content is culturally diverse and not aligned to a particular curriculum.
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ACER is globally renowned for its work in assessment, educational research and products and services that improve learning across the lifespan. Since it was established in 1930, it has also built a strong reputation as a provider of reliable support and expertise to education policymakers and professional practitioners.
Powered by Progressive Achievement
Progressive Achievement is the idea that all learners can be supported to demonstrate progress, regardless of starting points. It underpins much of ACER’s work, including the PAIS suite.
Learn more about PAIS and the Progressive Achievement approach in one of our introductory webinars for prospective schools. Please select the session that best suits you and your time zone.
Which international assessment is right for your school (September)
This webinar offers schools a guide to the range of international school assessment that ACER offers, including the International Schools' Assessment (ISA), the International Benchmark Test (IBT) and Progressive Achievement for International Schools (PAIS)
We'll compare the purpose and benefits of each assessment to help you decide which will best fit your administration and reporting needs.
Session: 22/09/21 5.30pm AEST (22/09/21 7.30am UTC)
Introduction to Progressive Achievement for International Schools (PAIS)
This webinar offers schools an introduction to the key aspects of the new Progressive Achievement for International Schools (PAIS) assessment. It will cover the Progressive Achievement approach, and the construct and content of the assessments, as well as the reports offered and how they can support tracking and improving student progress.
Session: 21/10/21 6.00pm AEDT (21/10/21 7am GMT)