UNESCO, UNICEF, and the World Bank Unite to End the Learning Data Crisis
UNESCO, UNICEF, and the World Bank have joined forced to close the learning gaps that still exist and that preclude many countries to monitor the quality of their education systems and assess if their students are learning. The three organizations have agreed to a Learning Data Compact, a commitment to ensure that all countries, especially low-income countries, have at least one quality measure of learning by 2025, supporting coordinated efforts to strengthen national assessment systems.
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This webinar introduced the latest country-level estimates of the World Bank-UIS learning poverty indicator, the first since the initial launch of the measure on October 2019, and brought more recent data from PASEC and TIMSS, and a new regional learning assessment program that took place in East Asia, SEA-PLM.
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