This paper presents the experiences from Nepal on how the findings from the National Assessment of Student Achievement (NASA) have been integrated into policy processes. The purpose of this brief paper is twofold: to give an overview of the process of the National Assessment of Student Achievement, and to describe how the results were disseminated to different stakeholders to incorporate the findings into the design of policy processes. In doing so, the case study highlights how the assessment findings have been used to design and implement policies and programs in education.
Using assessment data in education policy and practice: examples from the Asia Pacific
UNESCO Office Bangkok and Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and the Pacific
Australian Council for Educational Research
Asia and the Pacific
Decision-making and policy-making in education