Publications

IEA Compass Brief: The Role of Investment in ICT Resources and Teachers’ Professional Development

This report investigates how recent changes in the availability of school information and communication technology (ICT) resources and recent participation in ICT-related professional development have led to an increase in teachers’ use of ICT in their classrooms.

What Does SEA-PLM 2019 Tell us About Child Well-being and Learning in Six Southeast Asian Countries?

The Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM) 2019 is a study developed by UNICEF EAPRO and UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti which informs policymakers and practitioners about the support that children and adolescents need, to excel now and in the future. Quantitative analysis of the SEA-PLM 2019 database, along with investigation of policy implications and promising practices, are presented in this publication.

PISA in Focus: Does the digital world open up an increasing divide in access to print books?

PISA in Focus is a series of monthly education policy-oriented notes designed to describe a PISA topic in a concise, user-friendly way. The July issue points to the concerns about unbalanced access to new types of digital resources between socio-economically advantaged and disadvantaged students.

Who Cares about Using Education Research in Policy and Practice?: Strengthening Research Engagement

This publication provides a first set of analyses of data collected from over 30 systems through an OECD survey. It describes the mechanisms used to facilitate research use in education policy and practice, and the levels of engagement of various actors in these processes.

International Handbook of Comparative Large-Scale Studies in Education: Perspectives, Methods and Findings

The international handbook of comparative large-scale studies in education provides an overview of history, theory, aims, and methodology of international large-scale assessment (ILSA). It introduces how to analyze the ILSA data, and it describes exemplary how researchers have been using ILSA data to investigate the relationship between school climate and student outcomes. Many other aspects are covered by the handbook which concludes with an outlook to future potential of the ILSAs.

Adult Literacy Education: The International Journal of Literacy, Language, and Numeracy

ProLiteracy is the largest member-based adult literacy and basic education nonprofit organization in the United States. The free, online journal is published three times per year to share research and best practices in adult literacy, numeracy, and English language education with practitioners, policy makers, and funders. Each issue of Adult Literacy Education includes two thought-provoking and peer-reviewed research articles written by leaders in the field. It also features other content of interest like resource reviews, opinion pieces, discussion forums, and technology solutions.