Learning divides: using data to inform educational policy

This report is a sequel to the 2006 report by the same author: "Learning Divides: Ten Policy Questions about the Performance and Equity of Schools and Schooling Systems". It is based on an assessment framework called Educational Prosperity that can be used to monitor the success of families, communities and public institutions in developing children’s cognitive skills and their social, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.

author
Willms, Jon Douglas
series
UIS information paper
language
ENG
Series volume
54
Institutions
UNESCO Institute for Statistics
date
2018
Pages
74 p.
regions
Asia and the Pacific
Americas and the Caribbean
Europe
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themes
Cross-national studies
Educational measurement
Pays
Mexico
Sweden
Australia
Dominican Republic
Uruguay
Finland
levels
Primary education
Secondary education

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