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Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

PISA for Development

Initial Technical Meeting

Overview Presentation

27 – 28 June 2013

Paris, France

EDU/DCD


Pisa for development initial technical meeting

PISA for DevelopmentInitial Technical Meeting

Expected Results from Meeting

  • Shared understanding among participants and partners

  • A general agreement regarding the main technical challenges to be addressed

  • Framework established for the working methods and focus of the technical partnerships

  • Proposals presented for membership of the Steering Group, the Technical Advisory Group, and for the first set of technical papers to be commissioned


O verview of agenda and sessions day one

Overview of agenda and sessions: Day One

PISA for development: presentation of the project

Roundtable on country and development partner perspectives

The experience of Brazil in PISA

Stock-take of main technical challenges


Overview of agenda and sessions day two

Overview of agenda and sessions: Day Two

Review of main technical challenges

Building on existing work

Framework for working methods and technical partnerships

Next steps and meeting conclusion


Key documents in folder

Key documents in folder

Annotated agenda

Participants list

Final version of project document

Draft ToR for International Steering Group

Draft ToR for Technical Advisory Group

Draft Agreement for participation in PISA for development

Draft roles and responsibilities expected of National Centres


Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

  • PISA for Development

  • Erik Solheim – Chairman of theDevelopmentAssistanceCommittee

  • Andreas Schleicher – Deputy Director, DirectorateforEducation and Skills


Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

PISA for Development

Initial Technical Meeting


Motivation for pisa for development

Motivation for PISA for development

An ambition to make the benefits of PISA available to a broader group of countries

An opportunity to support the measurement of a post-2015 education goal that is focused on learning quality

  • An aim to enable all of the countries of the global community to be on a single metric with regards to key educational outcomes


Benefits of participation 1 being part of

Benefits of participation 1: being part of ..............

The international education community that aims to improve student outcomes globally through research;

In-depth comparative analyses of factors that are strongly related to student outcomes;

National and international debates about how to improve student outcomes;


Benefits of participation 2 good practices and peer learning

Benefits of participation 2: good practices and peer learning

Participants in PISA are exposed to world-class assessments and rigorous international standards.

PISA allows countries to learn policy lessons from other countries, particularly from those that may share common challenges and conditions, thereby facilitating peer learning and the dissemination of good practices and knowledge of what works to improve student outcomes


Benefits of participation 3 policy system reform impacts

Benefits of participation 3: policy/system reform impacts

  • Focus on student learning for policy reforms

  • Focus on teacher professional development and training

  • School leadership and school autonomy

  • Focus on standards that are congruent and aligned

  • Focus on student competencies and skills beyond (curricular) content


Pisa for development enhancing the relevance and use of pisa

PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

… in support of participating countries

  • Expected impact

Increased numbers of developing countries use PISA assessments from 2016 onwards to:

  • Monitor progress towards national improvement targets

  • Comparatively analyse factors associated with student outcomes

  • For institutional capacity-building, and

  • For tracking international education targets within a post-2015 framework


Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

  • PISA for DevelopmentHow we arrived at this point – the journey

  • So far, PISA has covered 74 countries, 28 of which are developing countries (ODA recipients)

  • Our experience so far:

    • Relevance of the PISA approach and assessment

    • Adherence to technical standards

    • Quality of technical implementation matches that of OECD countries

    • Full compliance with confidentiality requirements

  • Some open issues

    • Match between student ability distribution and item difficulties

    • Relevance of context questionnaires

    • Out-of-school populations

  • How far can we go with expanding PISA as we know it geographically?


  • Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

    • PISA for DevelopmentBenchmarking for improvement

    • Reading performance and national wealth in low income countries


    Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

    • PISA for DevelopmentBenchmarking for improvement

    • Reading performance and national wealth


    Discussion with partners timeline

    Discussion with Partners: timeline

    Initial dialogue with the largest donors to education and technical agencies, Summer 2012

    Meeting in November 2012 to discuss first draft of Project Document

    Second draft of Project Document circulated in March 2013 – initial commitments of support from development partners and technical agencies

    Dialogue with potential pilot countries


    Dialogue with possible pilot countries

    Dialogue with possible pilot countries

    Cambodia

    Ecuador

    Guatemala

    Mongolia

    Punjab (Pakistan)

    Senegal

    Sri Lanka

    Zambia


    Dialogue with development partners

    Dialogue with development partners

    France

    Germany (BMZ/GIZ)

    IADB

    Korea

    Norway

    UK (DFID)

    World Bank


    Dialogue with other agencies

    Dialogue with other agencies

    PASEC

    SACMEQ

    UNESCO

    UIS

    UNICEF

    EFA GMR

    GPE

    CUE, Brookings Institution


    Pisa for development enhancing the relevance and use of pisa1

    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Aims: to enhance the policy relevance of PISA for developing countries through:

      • the development of enhanced PISA survey instruments and data collection methods…..

      • that are more relevant for the contexts found in developing countries…..

      • but which produce results on the same scales as the main PISA assessment.


    Pisa for development plans for the pilot

    PISA for DevelopmentPlans for the Pilot

    … in support of developing countries

    • Five (to seven) partner countries

    • Five main outputs

    • Five project phases over 36 months


    Pisa for development enhancing the relevance and use of pisa2

    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Main Phases and Governance

    • 36 Months of Implementation

    • Design, Planning and Coordination

    • Technical Development

    • Field Trial and In-country Data Collection

    • Analysis and Reporting

    • Post-Pilot Governance


    Pisa for development enhancing the relevance and use of pisa3

    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Five Main Outputs

    • Contextual questionnaires and data-collection instruments enhanced (e.g. for students, parents, schools, etc.): Examples:

      • Socio-economic background of students and schools

      • School climate

      • Resource availability and use

      • Autonomy and accountability

      • Governance


    Pisa for development enhancing the relevance and use of pisa4

    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Five Main Outputs

    • The descriptive power of cognitive assessments enhanced in reading, mathematics and science

    • Review, select, translate, validate and combine into test booklets

    • Improved targeting at lower-end of proficiency

    • Component Reading Skills assessment


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    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Five Main Outputs

    • An approach developed, including a methodology and analytical framework, for including out-of-school 15 year-olds in the assessments

    • Draw on existing work UNICEF, UNESCO

    • World Bank STEP project

    • PIAAC and others


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    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Five Main Outputs

    • Country capacity in assessment, analysis and use of results for monitoring and improvement strengthened among participating countries

    • Planning process with each participant

    • Customised country-specific report for participants

    • Working with development partners

    • Succession planning and knowledge transfer


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    PISA for DevelopmentEnhancing the relevance and use of PISA

    • Five Main Outputs

    • Peer-to-peer learning opportunities identified related to participation in PISA

    • Experience of previous and current PISA participants

    • Seminar for pilot countries and others

    • Contribute to UN-led post-2015 discussions


    Pisa for development management and budget

    PISA for DevelopmentManagement and budget

    • Main Phases and Governance

    • Partnership with and guidance from 5 (to 7) participating countries

    • International Steering Group

    • International and National Implementation

    • Technical Oversight and Coordination

    Overall budget (5 participating countries = Eur 2.9 million)


    Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

    PISA for Development

    Initial Technical Meeting


    Pisa for development roundtable countries and development partners

    PISA for DevelopmentRoundtable countries and development partners

    • Main expectations for the meeting of countries and development partners

    • Perspectives of countries and development partners on the project, specifically:

      • Country-specific opportunities and challenges from participating in PISA

      • Perspectives of development partners on the opportunities and challenges


    Pisa for development initial technical meeting overview presentation 27 28 june 2013

    • The PISA Instruments

    • Enrolment of 15-year-old students

    These results from PISA 2009 for non-OECD countries (and Mexico and Turkey) show that among PISA participants, there are still large percentages of out-of-school youth


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