Latest blog entries

No strategy – no matter how thorough – can succeed unless it is backed by good data that chart progress towards its objectives and meets the needs of its users, especially countries. As a previous...
01/02/2018
In many countries, education ministers are like air traffic controllers, who see a storm on the horizon but find that 80% of their navigation instruments are either malfunctioning or non-existent....
26/01/2018
As we unpack our bags following last week’s meeting of the Technical Cooperation Group (TCG) in Dubai, it seems a good time to unpack our thoughts on the success of the event. Over three days,...
26/01/2018
For years, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) and many other international agencies have been assisting countries in producing better education data, which are needed more than ever. The...
12/01/2018
The SDG 4 Data Digest sets out a roadmap for countries and donors to produce quality data The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with their strong emphasis on inclusion and equity, compel us to...
05/12/2017
The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) is working to develop reporting scales to help governments monitor student learning in mathematics and reading over time and make good use of the resulting...
29/11/2017
As the Fourth Meeting of the Global Alliance to Monitor Learning (GAML) gets underway in Madrid, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) explores how best to measure functional literacy and...
28/11/2017
This blog was also published by the IBE. As education stakeholders, including governments, assessment initiatives and donors gather in Madrid for the Fourth Meeting of the Global Alliance to Monitor...
27/11/2017

Search

Connect

Subscribe to receive the latest news from the UIS.

 Subscribe

Suivez-nous

Archive