There is no shortage of learning assessment data. However, the data is not always maximized in the educational planning cycle. Drawing on a major IIEP-UNESCO research study, this webinar shared promising ways to use learning data in more effective and sustainable ways for planning and policy-making. The webinar explored various factors affecting the use of learning data, including the role of national regulatory frameworks, data dissemination modalities, capacity strengthening, as well as the influence and dynamics of international and national partners.
This webinar was featured as a special component of the current IIEP-UNESCO short online course on using learning assessment data to monitor progress of the fourth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 4).
Ieva Raudonytė, Education Research, UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight, Education Researcher - READ (Research on Education and Development).
Stéphanie Leite, Programme Specialist in the Training and Education Programme team, IIEP-UNESCO
Ieva Raudonytė is an education researcher with the UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight working on the Data Must Speak (DMS) Positive Deviance research. Prior to this, she was an Associate Research Officer in the IIEP-UNESCO Research and Development team, where she contributed to research activities related to the theme of teaching and learning. She coordinated the IIEP research programme on the use of learning assessment data and contributed to IIEP’s Learning Portal activities.