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UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
In recent years, Jordan has made considerable progress in education and has demonstrated a strong commitment to improving the quality of provision for all learners within its borders, including refugees. Effective teacher management, aimed at building teachers' status, skills, motivation, wellbeing and retention, is a key policy lever that can…
Descriptors: Refugees, Educational Improvement, Educational Quality, Teacher Persistence
Martin, Michaela, Ed.; Stulgaitis, Manal, Ed. – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
With a view to identifying inclusive policies and good practices to respond to the many challenges that refugee students face to access higher education in their host country, this Policy Paper has conducted a review of available statistical data and literature. In addition, six selected countries with considerable refugee populations have been…
Descriptors: Refugees, Access to Education, Higher Education, Barriers
UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
This 2022 Education Sector Analysis (ESA) is the second ESA report that the Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education of the Federal Government of Somalia has produced since 2012. The report presents key education indicators across the various sub-sectors and provides an evidence base for the identification of policy priority areas and…
Descriptors: Educational Development, Public Agencies, Educational Policy, Policy Formation
Gichuhi, Loise; Kalista, Jane – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
In Kenya, when schools and universities closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 18 million Kenyan learners were affected, putting at stake the significant gains the Government has made to providing inclusive quality education. This analysis sheds light on the central question: What facilitates government leadership in crisis and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
With eight years to go before the goal of the Education 2030 Agenda are due to be achieved, Africa continent is still facing many different challenges in the education and training sector. Which priorities should we, the Africa Office of the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP), as a privileged partner of ministries in charge of…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Foreign Countries, Developing Nations, Educational Change
UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
This 2022 Education Sector Analysis (ESA) provides highlights from the following federal member states in Somalia: (1) Banadir Regional Administration; (2) Galmudug state; (3) Hirshabelle state; (4) Jubbaland state; and (5) South West state. Highlights for each state include: (1) Enrollment, coverage, and internal efficiency; (2) Education…
Descriptors: Geographic Regions, Expenditures, Educational Quality, Teacher Effectiveness
Martin, Michaela; Furiv, Uliana – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
The rapid worldwide expansion of enrolment in higher education (HE) has led to greater diversity among students, with more first-generation learners, HE returnees, and disadvantaged groups. Yet, inequalities in participation persist and have worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. The implementation of flexible learning pathways (FLPs) can help HE…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Informal Education, Flexible Scheduling, Disadvantaged
Martin, Michaela; Furiv, Uliana – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2022
When making study choices, students often find it challenging to identify their interests and strengths. Higher education (HE) systems that do not offer opportunities for reorientation and transfer run the risk of some students never completing their studies. This policy brief examines the different flexible pathways institutions can choose to…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Student Interests, Educational Policy, Decision Making
Raudonyte, Ieva – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Although the number of countries conducting large-scale assessments has increased significantly over the past two decades, this has not necessarily led to the effective use of learning assessment data in policy-making and planning. To better understand the reasons for this, the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)…
Descriptors: Learning Analytics, Policy Formation, Educational Planning, Educational Policy
Raudonyte, Ieva – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Although the number of countries conducting large-scale assessments has increased significantly over the past two decades, this has not necessarily led to the effective use of learning assessment data in policy-making and planning. To better understand the reasons for this, the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Measurement, Data Use, Educational Planning
Raudonyte, Ieva; Bodin, Mathieu – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Although the number of countries conducting large-scale assessments has increased significantly over the past two decades, this has not necessarily led to the effective use of learning assessment data in policy-making and planning. To better understand the reasons for this, the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)…
Descriptors: Data Use, Foreign Countries, Student Evaluation, Educational Planning
Raudonyte, Ieva – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Large-scale learning assessments can be used to generate performance and contextual data on student learning outcomes. They can be national, regional, or international; school based or household based. The UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO) has conducted a qualitative study to explore both how and why learning…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Measurement, Data Use, Educational Planning
Bodin, Mathieu – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Large-scale learning assessments can be used to generate performance and contextual data on student learning outcomes. They can be national, regional, or international; school based or household based. The UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO) has conducted a qualitative study to explore both how and why learning…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Foreign Countries, Evaluation Methods, Data Use
UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Social demand for higher education has more than doubled in the past 20 years. However, only one-third of all countries' higher education systems are enrolling more than 50% of the traditional age cohort. Despite major advancements in achieving higher levels of access and participation, inequalities and inequities in higher education persist and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Equal Education, Access to Education
Foimapafisi, Tuamanaia; Raudonyte, Ieva – UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning, 2021
Large-scale learning assessments can be used to generate performance and contextual data on student learning outcomes. The UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO) has conducted a qualitative study to explore both how and why learning assessment data are used in six sub-Saharan African countries. This Information Sheet…
Descriptors: International Organizations, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Policy Formation
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