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School Assessments in Indonesia: Similarities and Differences
ACER Indonesia’s recent sharing session, held in conjunction with the Indonesian Educational Evaluation Association (HEPI) and Indonesian Psychometric Association (APSIMETRI), shed light on the country’s student assessments, namely the National Exam (UN), University Entrance Exam (UTBK), and the newly introduced Minimum Competency Assessment (AKM), answering many unanswered questions.
Special event: the AJE 20 Years of PISA webinar
What can 20 years of PISA data tell us about education in Australia, and beyond? Find out in an exciting webinar with expert contributors to a special issue of the Australian Journal of Education.
The effect of year level on PISA achievement
Analysis shows the shift of the 15-year-old student population out of Year 11 and into Years 10 and 9 is part of the reason for Australia’s overall decline in PISA.
Student wellbeing programs improve academic outcomes
ACER’s systematic review of evaluations of school-based wellbeing programs reveals students in the interventions were up to four months ahead in their learning.
Support for teachers key to improving literacy during COVID-19 and beyond
This International Literacy Day, we highlight how direct support for teachers can improve the foundational skills of children in low and middle income countries during COVID-19 and beyond.