It is the first time the IEA has implemented a conference where delegates can attend both on-site and virtually, ensuring that even more researchers, policymakers, and educators can exchange ideas on critical education trends and changes.
New press release: IEA studies indicate more can be done in some countries to teach Grade 8 students about how to protect the environment, and results from students’ answers to environmental science questions show there is room for improvement to build knowledge in this area.
IEA was proud to host the Influences of the IEA Civic and Citizenship Education Study: Practice, Policy, and Research Across Countries and Regions book launch on Tuesday, 1 June which attracted 90 attendees.
The World Bank developed this Primer on Large-Scale Assessments of Educational Achievement as a firststop resource for those wanting to understand how to design, administer, analyze, and use the results from these assessments of student achievement.
IEA has joined forces with UNESCO to investigate how teacher self-efficacy is related to this internationally in a special issue of the IEA Compass: Briefs in Education Series, which explores gender differences in mathematics and science teaching.