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ICILS recognized as official EU-level target

ICILS data have been recognized by the Council of the European Union and EU Member States to support strategic priorities towards the European Education Area and beyond (2021-2030).

New Research and Development Call

IEA invites research proposals until 3 May which advance and improve the science and methodology of IEA studies, ensuring that they remain at the forefront of international large-scale assessments in education.

IRC Call for Proposals: Deadline April 11, 2021

A hybrid mode will be incorporated into this year’s IEA IRC, for those opting to deliver their presentations remotely, to allow for some much needed flexibility during this time of uncertainty.   

Northern Lights on Civic and Citizenship Education

The new open access book offers a cross-national comparison of Nordic Data from ICCS and examines core themes and recent reforms in democratic citizenship in the Nordic national curricula.

Highest downloads recorded for Large-scale Assessments in Education journal

Large-scale Assessments in Education is growing year to year with downloads nearly doubling to 144,000 in 2020.

Hybrid option announced for IRC presenters

In recognition of the impact of COVID-19, and as we remain committed to prioritizing the health and safety of IRC participants, a hybrid mode will be made available for presenters at the upcoming IEA IRC.

Apply for the IEA Awards 2021

IEA offers two annual awards to recognize high-quality empirical research that makes use of IEA data. The next application deadline is 31 March 2021.

IEA and ABEGS Sign Memorandum of Understanding

A framework has been established for collaboration between IEA and ABEGS to improve education.

Highlights from IEA in our January newsletter

Read all about IEA's latest activities and updates in our January newsletter.

New Compass Brief: Computational thinking, socioeconomic gaps and policy implications.

In the 12th Compass Brief, authors from the European Commission's Joint Research Centre use ICILS 2018 data to explore computational thinking, socioeconomic gaps and policy implications.