ICCS 2022 is the third cycle of the study (following ICCS 2016 & ICCS 2009). For each cycle, ICCS develops new measures to address the recent challenges in civic and citizenship education (CCE) from societal contexts. ICCS 2022 aims to extend its regional and thematic scope by considering issues such as the increase in populist movements, authoritarian government practices, or issues related to climate change and environmental protection.
In the context of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and particularly education target 4.7, ICCS 2022 will explore new aspects of civic knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors in cooperation with UNESCO, participating countries, and our academic project advisors.
The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) serves as the international study center for ICCS 2022, with the Laboratorio di Pedagogia Sperimentale (LPS) at Roma Tre University and LUMSA University in Rome acting as associate research centers, working in close cooperation with IEA, and the national centers of participating countries.
The Launch of the ICCS 2022 International Report and Results took place on Tuesday, 28 November, between 10:00–12:00 Central European Time.
Hosted in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in the Netherlands, the live-streamed event presents results and key findings from the IEA ICCS 2022 International Report.
Total number of education systems participating in ICCS 2022: 24
Brazil; Bulgaria; Chinese Taipei; Colombia; Croatia; Cyprus; Denmark; Estonia; France; Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia); Germany (Schleswig-Holstein); Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Malta; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Romania; Serbia; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; and Sweden.
Benchmarking entities are listed in brackets.