Sustainable Development Goal 4 has cast the spotlight on learning, moving beyond the focus on access in the early years of EFA. In this context the development of a Knowledge Platform on Assessment for Learning was initiated, a partnership between different organizations supporting and strengthening assessment for learning. The Platform aims to be a source of guidance and support on assessment, as well as facilitate peer knowledge sharing and exchange.
What is ICAN? It is a cross-national, comparative assessment tool a developed and implemented by the People’s Action for Learning Network member countries. Learn more about ICAN and how it can help ensure every child is learning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and in the future.
This Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report blog provides guidance for ministries of education, their agencies and statistical institutions on: (i) what data to collect, and (ii) how to collect it, in order to monitor and analyze learning equity and inclusion.
This guidance note aims to help UNICEF Education staff, Ministry officials and partners reflect on how to take account of learning through meaningful formative and summative assessment practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights general considerations and key actions that teachers, schools and Ministries of Education can undertake in the area of assessment to ensure the continuity of quality learning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full guidance note here.