Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia Pacific
The Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific (NEQMAP), established in March 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand, is a platform for exchange of knowledge, experience and expertise on the monitoring of educational quality in countries and jurisdictions of the Asia-Pacific region. The network focuses on student learning assessment as a key tool for monitoring education quality, while acknowledging the importance of maintaining strong linkages with other enablers of learning in classrooms including curriculum and pedagogy. UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education (UNESCO Bangkok) serves as the NEQMAP Secretariat.
The Inaugural Statement provides the rationale and context for setting up of the network.The Terms of Reference provides more details on the structure and working modality of the network. You can also download the latest NEQMAP brochure here.
Activities of the network comprise CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, RESEARCH and KNOWLEDGE SHARING among network members and other relevant stakeholders.
You can find further details on NEQMAP and its activities/events in the following links.
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