NFER commissioned to form the National Centre for the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland..
News release | More on PISA 2018
This report analyses new data from PISA and TIMSS 2015 looking at the impact of disadvantage on pupils in England from an international perspective.
NFER has published two briefing papers on the PISA 2015 results:
Key insights from PISA 2015 (UK nations) and Key insights from PISA 2015 (Scotland)
In the first of a three-part series, our new blog on schools that work for everyone asks ‘what is disadvantage?
In a guest blog for the World Bank, Ben Durbin writes about lessons to keep in mind while delivering developmental education programs.
NFER has published a briefing paper on the PISA 2015 results in Scotland:
Key insights from PISA 2015 (Scotland)
In a guest blog for the World Bank, Ben Durbin writes about lessons to keep in mind while delivering developmental education programs.Blog post
Friday 1 December, The ICC, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EA
In this seminar at the annual SSAT National Conference, NFER Research Manager Rebecca Wheater discussed findings from the recent TIMSS and forthcoming PISA test results.
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NFER has published two briefing papers on the TIMSS 2015 results published today:
Twenty Years of TIMSS in England and Key insights from TIMSS 2015 in Northern Ireland.
This report looks at pupil achievement in mathematics and science for pupils aged 9 – 10 in Northern Ireland. The IEA’s Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) takes place every four years and provides data about trends in mathematics and science achievement over time. The 2015 survey, the sixth in the series, updates the picture of performance from 2011.
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In a guest blog for the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), Ben Durbin encourages us to look beyond headlines that focus on country-wide rankings post the upcoming publication of major international surveys.
Ben Durbin reflects on the importance of evidence in education from the What Works Global Summit 2016.
Julie Nelson joined international experts to participate in a two-day meeting in Washington DC, focusing on the use of research evidence in public services.
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Secondary analysis of data from TIMSS 2011.