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Reviewing professional development programs on inclusive teaching and learning
A scoping review on in-service professional development programs that support children with disabilities in developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Changing the education paradigm
ACER Chief Executive Geoff Masters says it may be time for a paradigm shift in school education, drawing parallels with fundamental changes in thinking that have occurred in the world of science.
Ending the domino effect of maths anxiety
Research suggests reducing school students’ maths anxiety will help Australia build the strong STEM workforce needed for the 21st century.
Economic growth and fiscal reform in Bangladesh
Research shows Australia Awards alumni from Bangladesh are making an organisational and societal-level impact towards improving the country’s future, including for vulnerable groups such as refugees and older persons.
Supporting quality education through citizen-led assessment
ACER has supported the development of the International Common Assessment of Numeracy, a citizen-led assessment used to monitor children's learning in 13 low- and middle-income countries.
UNICEF and ACER establish new long-term partnership framework
Learning is a priority for the Asia-Pacific region. With educational opportunities significantly expanding over the past decades, more than 90 per cent of primary school aged children in the East Asia and Pacific region are enrolled in school.