Examining the Role of International Achievement Tests in Education Policy Reform: National Education Reform and Student Learning in Five Countries

This education policy paper was undertaken to identify, both for ‘developing’ countries and donors who support education in these countries, best practices in education policy reform that are believed to contribute to improvements in student learning outcomes with a focus on increasing equity in performance among student populations. This paper uses as a point of departure five country cases where student learning, as measured by scores on one or more international achievement tests, has increased over time.

author
Bernbaum, Marcia
Schuh Moore, Audrey-Marie
language
ENG
date
2012
Pages
50 p.
regions
Americas and the Caribbean
Europe
Africa
Asia and the Pacific
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themes
Educational plans, policies and reforms
Cross-national studies
Teaching-learning strategies
Pays
Namibia
Singapore
Germany
Brazil
USA

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