Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment
BCSEA is an assessment body that helps to guide the Bhutanese education system in its progressive shift in policy focus and support the education ministry in bringing about improvements to schooling and assessment in Bhutan. The goal of BCSEA is to help students fulfil their potential, meet international learning standards, and prepare students for the world of work. BCSEA will not only professionalize the assessment system and move beyond the rudiments of measuring the minimal tasks of rote and recall, but will also improve the integrity of curricular programs, selection of learning materials, the way they are delivered, and the quality of output through modern scientific assessment methods. BCSEA, as a highly professional and autonomous national evaluation and assessment agency, will carry out periodic centrally organized national examinations, assessments, monitoring and research activities to set new standards in schooling systems that will lead to positive educational reform in Bhutan.
- Competency-based assessment tests; Assists with preparation for PISA-D
Centre for Science of Student Learning (CSSL)
CSSL is a unique hybrid model between an institution for learning, research, and implementation. They aim to build capacity in government institutions, schools, and teachers for developing assessments ‘for’ learning, whilst analysing and using the data rigorously. CSSL has set up “assessment cells” in state institutions for large scale assessments, equipped with robust knowledge of theory and practice. They help to build assessment and data literacy of teachers for creating and analysing classroom assessments and carry out action research to improve education in India.
Royal Education Council
REC is a leading centre of excellence for education innovation and transformation in Bhutan. The centre provides leadership in curriculum reform, professional development, and educational research to improve the mainstream school system through vibrant institutional culture and competent professionals.
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.
The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) will soon be contacting countries to request information about the impact of the pandemic on the national statistical operations, including international reporting. The responses will allow the UIS and donor agencies to design mitigation and assistance strategies, which will be beneficial for Member States and other stakeholders.
- Resources24 JanuaryNational Education Assessment (NEA) 2013: A study of student achievements in English literacy and Mathematics literacy at Grade XContent Type: DocumentsCreated: 2015Language: EnglishCountry: BhutanLevel: Intermediate, Advanced