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ICCS 2022: remaining pages added

All thematic pages for the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS) 2022 are now accessible on the Gateway. They provide comprehensive information on the study design, study results (related to students’ civic knowledge, attitudes, and engagement), and the study data. The results encompass both international outcomes and those specific to the regional European component of the study.

PISA 2022: remaining pages added

All thematic pages for the 2022 cycle of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) are now available on the Gateway. They provide comprehensive information on the study design, study results (in reading, science, and mathematics, which was the major domain in this cycle), and the study data.

TIMSS 2023

The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2023 is already the eighth cycle of the study which measures students’ capacities in mathematics and science (in general in grades 4 and 8).

ICCS 2022

The International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS) 2022 researched how civic and citizenship education are implemented in several countries across the globe and it investigated the ways in which young people are

PIRLS 2021

The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2021 was assessing grade 4 students reading literacy.

PASEC 2019

The Programme d’analyse des systèmes éducatifs de la CONFEMEN (PASEC) 2019 is a large-scale assessment in the French speaking countries of Africa. Students from grades 2 and 6 were taking tests in (early) mathematics and (early) reading and language. In 2019 teachers were assessed in reading and mathematics as well as related didactics for the first time. Please find the factsheet for PASEC 2019 on the Gateway.

PISA 2022

The 2022 cycle of OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) assesses mathematical literacy as the major domain, reading literacy, scientific literacy, and creative thinking as minor domains, and financial literacy as an optional domain.