The PIRLS 2016 International Database has been made available for individuals interested in the data collected and analyzed as part of PIRLS 2016.
The ICCS 2016 Latin American Report and infographics have been released. in English and in Spanish
Carl O'Brien's article reports giving pupils access to laptops in the classroom has a negative effect, however, providing access to technology for teachers, rather than students, worked best.
This article by Dara Ramalingam is the second in a four-part blog series on the assessment of 21st-century skills.
Therese Hopfenbeck and Jenny Lenkeit tell us more about the University of Oxford's PIRLS for Teachers project outcomes in their policy brief.
From the Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment, Therese N. Hoppenbeck and Jenny Lenkeit publish a policy brief that investigates ways of making PIRLS results more useful for practitioners.
Does teacher quality differ within and between countries? If so, by how much? Are teacher education and experience appropriate measures for such a broad concept as “teacher quality”?