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IEA IRC registration open

IEA is delighted to announce that registration is now open for this year's IEA IRC, and we welcome delegates wishing to attend the conference on-site or online.

World Environment Day: How much did students learn about environmental topics?

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.

ICCS Influences book launch | 01 June 2021

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.

ICCS Influences book released

IEA is pleased to announce the release of a unique research volume: 'Influences of the IEA Civic and Citizenship Education Studies: Practice, Policy, and Research Across Countries and Regions'

Online Book Launch | Speakers Announced

The speakers of both upcoming online book events have been announced, and include volume editors, chapter authors, and voices from international policy.

Online Book Launch | Registration Open

Registration is open for the two-day event celebrating the upcoming volume, Influences of the IEA Civic and Citizenship Education Studies: Practice, Policy, and Research Across Countries and Regions.

Primer on Large-Scale Assessments of Educational Achievement

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 Updates April 2021

As part of IEA's April 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.

New special issue Compass brief with UNESCO

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.

IEA Rosetta Stone project moves ahead

IEA Rosetta Stone moves forward as data from both PASEC and the Rosetta linkage instruments was entered in-country and sent to the IEA for processing.