Interesting reads on PIRLS

Related research

Caro, D.H., Kyriakides, L. & Televantou, I. (2017). Addressing omitted prior achievement bias in international assessments: an applied example using PIRLS-NPD matched data. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice.

Shepherd, D.L. (2016). Understanding language in education and grade 4 reading performance using a ‘natural experiment’ of Botswana and South Africa. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice.

Walzebug, A. & Kasper, D. (2016). Distributional properties of the PIRLS-home resource for learning scale and observed effects on reading achievement: are measurements of educational inequalities by latent indices without bias? Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice.

OUCEA’s PIRLS for Teachers project

Lenkeit, J. (2016) Review of National Reports on PIRLS. Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment Report OUCEA/16/1

Lenkeit, J. & Burge, B. (2014) Analysis of the PIRLS 2011 data: Save the Children evidence report. Slough: NFER.

Caro. D.H. & Cortés, D. (2012) Measuring family socioeconomic status: An illustration using data from PIRLS 2006, IERI Monograph Series: Issues and Methodologies in Large-Scale Assessments, 5, 9-33.

Caro, D.H. & Lenkeit, J. (2012) An analytical approach to study educational inequalities: 10 hypothesis tests in PIRLS 2006International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 35 (1), 3-30.

Caro, D.H. & Mirazchiyski, P. (2012) Socioeconomic Gradients in Eastern European Countries: evidence from PIRLS 2006European Educational Research Journal, 11 (1), 96-110.

Lenkeit, J. (2012) How effective are educational systems? A value-added approach to study trends in PIRLSJERO Journal of Educational Research Online, 4 (2), 143-173.

Schwippert, K. & Lenkeit, J. (Eds.) (2012) Progress in reading literacy in national and international context. The impact of PIRLS 2006 in 12 countries. Münster, Germany: Waxmann.