The Centre for Global Education Monitoring supports the monitoring of educational outcomes worldwide. It is essential that data be collected and used to inform policy aimed at improving educational progress for all learners.
ACER is advocating for the development of tools and methodologies that will enable countries to have control over monitoring their learning, while still allowing them to report results internationally.
Before ACER-GEM and the UIS embark on the next steps, they are seeking expert input and feedback on the draft learning progressions for reading and mathematics presented in the ACER Learning Progression Explorer.
Translating assessment results into policy and practice is a crucial step in ensuring assessment data are used. This post in UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) blog highlights critical steps for reporting and disseminating findings from learning assessments following a NEQMAP capacity building workshop in collaboration by ACER's Centre for Global Education Monitoring, UNESCO Bangkok and the Global Partnership for Education.