Popat, Lenkeit and Hopfenbeck publish an OUCEA review of practitioner engagement with international large-scale assessment results

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

International Large-scale Assessments (ILSAs) not only assess how school pupils perform, but also gather information about how their home and school environments support learning in different subject areas. There is, however, a knowledge gap between the information provided by ILSAs, the research results that are publicly available, and what is communicated to teachers in England. This literature review provides examples of learning initiatives in various jurisdictions and can be accessed here.

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