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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.
Free competency-based assessment resources for teachers and learners
A suite of competency-based learning frameworks and practice items for classroom assessments is now available on the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) website.
ACER India selected for third party assessment of students in government schools in Madhya Pradesh
ACER India signed a contract with the Madhya Pradesh Government to develop and operationalise a system for assessing students in schools participating in the state’s School Certification Programme. The assessments will be administered to more than 600,000 students in grades 3, 5, 8, and 10 across 2,000 schools that meet the qualifying criteria for certification.
Developing and implementing a teacher assessment tool
ACER India's teacher assessment tool is a step towards ensuring teachers’ capacity to deliver quality education.
ACER India presents at the European Conference on Educational Research
Presenting 3 research papers, Dr Priyanka Sharma, Ashtamurthy Killimangalam, and Anannya Chakraborty represented ACER India at the 2023 European Conference on Educational Research.
Sharing knowledge to strengthen education systems
ACER is a partner of the Global Partnership for Education’s (GPE) Knowledge and Innovation Exchange (KIX) Eastern Europe, Middle East and North Africa, Asia and Pacific (EMAP) Hub. Through this partnership, ACER supports members of the KIX EMAP Hub in systemic improvement.