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.
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Snapshot of Australian teachers and principals
Analysis of international survey data presents the views of Australian lower secondary school teachers and principals on equity and diversity, discipline and safety, teacher workload, principal effectiveness, school resourcing and much more.
Exploring attitudes towards school engagement with business
Educators see business having a critical role to play as a partner to support Australian students, research shows.
Supporting five Indian states in assessment reform
ACER India is supporting a program to build capacity for implementing assessments that generate strong evidence.
Australia Awards support equality, inclusion and effective leadership in Pakistan
Alumni of Australian development scholarships are making a lasting contribution to Pakistan’s efforts to become a country upheld by governance, effective leadership and improved access to opportunities for women.
Australian Government scholarships assist poverty reduction and zero hunger goals in Mozambique
Research demonstrates that Australia Awards alumni from Mozambique have made significant contributions to food production, disaster risk reduction and emergency response activities.
Australia Awards Vietnam alumnae in the right place at the right time
New research into Vietnamese women who completed Australian development scholarships in the banking and finance sector provides some of the strongest evidence to date of alumnae making positive contributions to economic and public diplomacy outcomes.