What does SEA-PLM 2019 tell us about child well-being and learning in six Southeast Asian countries?

Autor(es): Játiva, Ximena; Mills, Michelle

Organisation(s): UNICEF. East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office (Thailand); UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti

Publisher(s): UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office

Date: 2022

Pages: 63 p.


By providing deeper insight into children’s attitudes and values in well-being domains, this report reveals the relationship between children’s well-being and academic learning in the region. What can policymakers and practitioners do to support children and adolescents to excel now and in the future? Through quantitative analysis of the Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics 2019 database, along with an investigation of policy implications and promising practices, this report advocates for increased coordination across cross-sectoral government institutions; increased school, parental and community support for children’s development; and providing a platform for children’s voices to understand their perspectives and needs.

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