Did Young People Already Expect a Pandemic? Surprising Insights from IEA Data

New analysis by IEA has given a fascinating insight into the proportion of young people who thought that an infectious disease, like COVID-19, was a threat to humanity, and how students in some parts of the world were far more concerned than others.

What Can IEA Data Reveal About Socio-Economic Status and the Ability to Study at Home?

New analysis of IEA data from the International Computer and Information Literacy Study (ICILS) continues to shed light on the relationship between socio-economic status and the availability of digital devices in the home.

vCIES presentation on the Haitian National Evaluation 2017

A presentation from IEA's capacity building team for vCIES 2020 sharing insights on the Haiti National Evaluation 2017, followed by some background information on public and private schooling.

Rosetta Stone project moves ahead in Burundi

Following the disruption of data collection activities in Senegal in March due to COVID-19, IEA is delighted to see that the Burundian PASEC Rosetta team has been able to successfully and safely administer data collection for a second week in a row.

What Can IEA Data Reveal About Hunger and School Performance?

Latest analysis of IEA data from the Progress in International Reading and Literacy Study (PIRLS) has shed new light on the link between children reporting feeling hungry and their academic performance.

Thank you to our IEA Colleagues

A big thank you must go out to all of our IEA colleagues and members who have been an integral part of IEA running as smoothly as possible in the wake of COVID-19.

Remembering John P. Keeves (1924-2020)

John P. Keeves died peacefully on Saturday 4th April aged 95. As an honorary IEA member, John was a great friend to IEA and a valued collaborator and mentor for our international research network.

COVID-19 - Business continuity measures at IEA

The health and well-being of all, but especially of our members and colleagues, is of utmost importance to IEA. During these challenging and uncertain times, IEA is taking steps to try to minimize the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, while safeguarding the health of our staff and the people with whom we work.

Test administration training for Rosetta Stone main survey

IEA representatives together with colleagues from the CONFEMEN met in Dakar to support the team from the National Institute for Study and Action for Development in Education (INEADE) with conducting the Main Survey Rosetta Test Administration training.

Representing 21st century skills in curricula: A new study

IEA's Executive Director, Dirk Hastedt, and 21CS MAP Study Director, Esther Care, share insights via Brookings Institution on the new IEA study designed to map 21st century skills.