Regional education update: Development of Pacific’s recognised qualification in teaching
Education plays a crucial role in shaping the future of any society. The quality of education is directly linked to the competency of the teachers who deliver it. To ensure that students receive the best possible education, it is essential that teachers…
Constructing regional education benchmarks for the betterment of Pacific children
How is early childhood education affecting student learning outcomes in the Pacific?
This article was published on the Australian Council for Educational Research - ACER's website and reshared below. Watch the video to understand how equity and access to early childhood education contribute to learning outcomes at school.
Bolstering the Pacific’s monitoring of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal 4 focussing on Education
Launch of the Status of Pacific Education Report (SOPER) 2022
Key research findings aim to raise the quality of Pacific education
Suva, Fiji – To raise the quality of education in the region, the Conference of Pacific Education Ministers (CPEM) discussed and endorsed key findings of two Pacific Regional Education Framework (PacREF) research studies and their benefits for the…
Strengthening literacy in Samoa
Challenges to teacher wellbeing
This content was originally published on ACER website. Recent study reveals that teachers in the Pacific Islands are experiencing challenges to their mental health and wellbeing. It is increasingly understood that the mental health and wellbeing of…
Equipping Pacific’s future leaders by prioritizing education today!
The Pacific Way Podcast - S04 - E08: Creating the winds of change in Pacific Education
In early September 2022, the fourth cycle report of the Pacific Islands Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (PILNA) was launched in Suva Fiji. Administered through the Pacific Community, over 40,000 students sat for PILNA in 15 pacific island countries and…
Pacific’s largest literacy and numeracy assessment identifies room for further improvement
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