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Since the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) implemented its first study in the 1960s, a global movement has developed focused on how the concept of quality of education should be interpreted, how quality can be measured, and how the issue can become part of education policy dialogue.

In recent years, as the discourse has shifted from ‘Education for All’ to ‘Learning for All’, the question of how to monitor learning and education quality has taken on central importance.

In this section, you will find resources on how to develop indicators that are relevant for measuring learning and quality education; information about the design and use of learning assessments; using other monitoring tools to examine progress in learning and quality objectives; developing a monitoring framework; and finally how to use all of this data to identify needed areas for improvement.

Quality & Learning Indicators

In order for educational quality and learning outcomes to improve, planners need access to evidence-based analyses of the current situation, trends, strengths, weaknesses, (...)

Learning Assessments

In order to improve students’ learning, we need to know more about how much students are learning now and where improvement is most needed. The assessment of learning (...)

Other Monitoring Tools

Learning is affected by a wide variety of factors, many of which cannot be directly examined using learning assessments. Additionally, excessive emphasis on learning assessments (...)

Developing a Monitoring Framework

In order to ensure improved quality of the education system, a clear framework designed to monitor the process of learning and learning outcomes is essential.