The first report in a series of three reports from the learning Metrics Task Force, a multi-stakeholder group of 30 organizations that met from July 2012 through September 2013. This first report addresses the question of what learning is relevant globally and presents the competencies, knowledge or areas of learning that are important for all children and youth to master to succeed in school and life as identified by the task force. The report’s primary purpose is to document the process and describe the rationale for the proposed framework.
Download: Toward Universal Learning: What Every Child Should Learn. Report No. 1 of the Learning Metrics Task Force. Montreal and Washington: UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution (LMTF 2013)