Integrating the findings from the National Assessment of Student Achievement into the policy process: An experience from Nepal

Integrating the findings from the National Assessment of Student Achievement into the policy process: An experience from Nepal

Integrating the findings from the National Assessment of Student Achievement into the policy process: An experience from Nepal

[Using assessment data in education policy and practice: examples from the Asia Pacific, 2]

This publication is the second in the series of topical case studies initiated jointly by the Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific at UNESCO Bangkok and the Australian Council for Educational Research, Centre for Global Education Monitoring (ACER-GEM). It provides a detailed overview of how Nepal conceptualises its learning assessments – in terms of grades, subjects, test development and contextual questionnaires – and discusses in depth how assessment findings are integrated into the educational policy and planning cycle in Nepal.


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