UNESCO Institute for Statistics launches two surveys on learning assessment

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Education in Tajikistan. Credit: GPE/ Carine Durand

As part of a joint endeavor with GPE, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics has launched two new surveys to gather information on the financing of large-scale learning assessments in countries and potential sources of technical and financial support from donors and other institutions. The surveys will help to track which countries have data to monitor SDG Target 4.1 and which countries need extra support to produce the data. The results will shed light on which institutions have the capacity and resources to provide support to these countries.

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Education in Tajikistan. Credit: GPE/ Carine Durand
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