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IEA Updates February 2022

As part of IEA's February newsletter, we share a summary of how IEA studies have progressed in recent months, including IEA's COVID-19 studies and other studies that IEA are a part of.

UNESCO and IEA Release New Findings on Educational Disruptions at REDS Launch Event

To commemorate the International Day of Education on 24 January, UNESCO and IEA hosted an online event to release the Responses to Educational Disruption Survey (REDS) results.

Join TIMSS Longitudinal Study

Countries participating in TIMSS 2023 are now invited to participate in the optional TIMSS Longitudinal Study.

IEA Research and Development Open Call For 2022

IEA proudly invites research proposals to improve and advance the science and methodology of IEA studies, ensuring that they remain at the forefront of international large-scale assessments in education.

REDS International Report and International Database Released

As part of the United Nations’ International Day of Education, UNESCO and IEA jointly release the open access Responses to Educational Disruption Survey International Report and International Database.

Jan-Peter Broek appointed as Financial Director of IEA Amsterdam

IEA is pleased to announce that Jan-Peter Broek has been appointed as the new Financial Director of IEA Amsterdam from 1 January 2022.

Apply for the IEA Awards 2022

IEA offers two annual awards to recognize high-quality empirical research that makes use of IEA data. The next application deadline is 31 March 2022.

TIMSS and PIRLS Data Contributes to SDG 4.a.2 Indicator on Bullying

New UNESCO document presents the definition of SDG Thematic Indicator 4.a.2.

R&D Proposal Awardees Announced

IEA selected three research proposals for R&D funding. Congratulations! 

R Integrated with the IEA IDB Analyzer

A new update allows you to run the IEA IDB Analyzer with R and RStudio.