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Beyond Results Workshop Learnings

A summary of the online workshop "Beyond results: Paving the way for the use of process data" that took place in cooperation DIPF and ZIB on 17 to 19 June.

Towards resilient education systems for the future – A new joint study launched by UNESCO and IEA

IEA and UNESCO are launching a study, in partnership with the European Commission, to draw a more comprehensive picture of COVID-19’s impact on global education, entitled Responses to Educational Disruption Survey.

IEA, UNESCO and EC Launch Call for Funding for new Study

UNESCO and IEA are seeking support from donor organizations that might be interested in helping countries with participation costs associated to REDS.

IEA partners with RM Results to deliver online TIMSS assessment

IEA has chosen RM Assessment Master to deliver on-screen testing as part of TIMSS 2023.

IEA joins UNESCO's Global Education Coalition

The challenges to education caused by COVID-19 call for innovation, partnership & solidarity. That’s why we have teamed up with UNESCO to support countries and ensure that #LearningNeverStops.

Latest IEA Compass Brief now online

A new IEA Compass Brief on civic knowledge and tolerance toward immigrants in Europe has now been published, based on ICCS data.

More Than Half of Classrooms Were Too Full Before Coronavirus: IEA Delivers Important Reminder to Policy Makers

New analysis of data from IEA’s Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study has raised worrying questions about how effectively schools will be able to maintain a degree of social distancing when they reopen

Join TIMSS 2023!

Enrollment is now open for education systems interested in participating in TIMSS 2023.

Did Young People Already Expect a Pandemic? Surprising Insights from IEA Data

New analysis by IEA has given a fascinating insight into the proportion of young people who thought that an infectious disease, like COVID-19, was a threat to humanity, and how students in some parts of the world were far more concerned than others.

What Can IEA Data Reveal About Socio-Economic Status and the Ability to Study at Home?

New analysis of IEA data from the International Computer and Information Literacy Study (ICILS) continues to shed light on the relationship between socio-economic status and the availability of digital devices in the home.