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Highest Downloads Recorded in 2021 for Large-scale Assessments in Education Journal

LSAE journal is growing year to year with downloads increasing by nearly 50% to 210,078 for 2021.

Remembering Al Beaton – Honorary Member (1931-2022)

With considerable sadness, IEA notes the passing of honorary member, Al Beaton on Tuesday, 8 March 2022.

IFS study shows: Lower reading literacy in 4th grade after COVID-19 restrictions in Germany

Students in Germany are missing about half a year of learning after the disruption to schooling.

New Compass Brief: Valuing Curriculum-Based International Large-Scale Assessments

The latest issue in the Compass Brief series explores how a curriculum-based approach to International Large-scale Assessments can analyze education systems' performance.

New call for IEA’s Research for Education Series

IEA and the Nordic Council of Ministers are pleased to announce a new call for IEA’s Research for Education Series.

International Women's Day 2022: In Conversation with IEA Directors, Andrea Netten and Juliane Hencke

IEA Directors leave us with an important message: “Trust in yourself and take the opportunities that you get.”

IEA statement on the situation in Ukraine

IEA stands for the rights of children and their access to quality education. We extend our sincere support, sympathy and solidarity to all whose lives are impacted by the events in Ukraine. Full statement inside.

KWiK Second Cycle Study Results Released: Digital Skills Training for German Teachers Comes at the Expense of Other Important Areas of Training

Results from the second cycle of the KWIK study reveal that schools in Germany have made positive progress in the digitalization of education,

Remembering Bob Garden – Honorary Member

With considerable sadness, IEA notes the passing of Honorary Member, Bob Garden on January 28, 2022.

Matthias von Davier Newly Elected Member of the National Academy of Education

Matthias von Davier, Executive Director of the TIMSS & PIRLS International Study Center at Boston College, has recently been elected to membership at the National Academy of Education.