What is the GEM Centre?

The Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Centre drives improvements in learning by supporting the monitoring of education worldwide. The GEM Centre is a partnership between ACER and the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

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Centre for Global Education Monitoring
Education 2030

Education 2030

We make a significant contribution to practices, processes and methods to enable education stakeholders to monitor progress towards SDG4.

MTEG

Quality assessment systems

We support education stakeholders to design and implement quality assessment, monitoring and research.

Reviews and analyses

Reviews and analyses

We analyse and synthesise existing research to help education stakeholders understand, and make recommendations for, effective policies, practices and investments.

Assessment GEMS

The Assessment GEMS series highlights important research topics of the GEM Centre, and provides insights into the GEM Centre's principles and approaches.

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News

A model for evidence-based advocacy and action to improve learning

A model for evidence-based advocacy and action to improve learning

In this topical case study, initiated through a collaboration between NEQMAP and the GEM Centre, members from organisations conducting citizen-led assessments (CLAs) in South Asia provide an overview of the CLA model and illustrate ways it has been implemented to monitor and improve learning.

A new policy tool to help build resilient education systems

A new policy tool to help build resilient education systems

A new Education in Emergencies Policy Monitoring Tool developed by the GEM Centre will support education policymakers to prioritise their activities at national, regional and local levels to build resilient education systems. 

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