The second report in the series that presents a vision for how learning should be measured globally. The report is structured in five sections. It first provides an outline of the purpose of the LMTF and an overview of the framework of the seven domains of learning. Then, it describes the six areas of measurement— including the rationale and feasibility—and highlights some of the existing measurement efforts in each of the areas. Next, it discusses considerations for tracking learning goals in a way that focuses on equity. The subsequent section describes considerations related to the methodologies for learning assessments. The following section discusses the relationship between the six areas of global measurement in the context of the post-2015 global education and development dialogues.
Download: Toward Universal Learning: A Global Framework for Measuring Learning. Report No. 2 of the Learning Metrics Task Force. Montreal and Washington: UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution (LMTF 2013)