PISA-D Out-of-school Assessment - International Technical Workshop


The PISA for Development Out-of-school Assessment - International Technical Workshop was held as a webinar on 3 December 2020. It marked the closure of the PISA for Development (PISA-D) project and was an opportunity to discuss the outcomes and results.

The Workshop was informed by a project completion report provided by the OECD which consolidated evidence from the project, the policy-relevance for participating countries, lessons learnt, best practices, and main opportunities and challenges related to the implementation of PISA as a student learning assessment instrument in low- and middle-income countries. The final version of the report can be found below.



PISA for Development Project Completion Report


Summary record of the Workshop




Original recording


 English interpretation  French interpretation


The recordings are hosted on the EduSkills OECD YouTube channel.

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Introduction and scene-setting

PISA-D Key Findings - Andreas Schleicher, OECD

PISA for Development and Opportunities for Skills and Learning Data Collection in Household Surveys - Marguerite Clarke, World Bank

How PISA helps to monitor SDG 4 targets and commitments - Silvia Montoya, UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS)


The results of PISA-D and country experiences of data collection and reporting 

GuatemalaEdgar Florencio Montúfar Noriega, Ministry of Education

HondurasVilma Reyes, Ministry of Education

PanamaNadia De Leon Porter, Ministry of Education

ParaguayVeronica Heilborn, Ministry of Education

SenegalMassar Diop, INEADE


Questions, answers and discussion 

PISA-D out of school assessment next steps: three optionsMichael Ward, OECD


Measuring Learning through the Lifecycle in Multi-Topic National  household surveys 

New initiatives to address data gaps - Joao Pedro Wagner De Azevedo, World Bank

ECDI2030 - Claudia Cappa, UNICEF

School-age learning assessment tools: Frequently Asked Questions on the Foundational Learning Skills module - Manuel Cardoso, UNICEF

LaNA for Developing Countries - Dirk Hastedt, International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA)

PISA-D modules in multi-topic national household surveys - Michael Ward, OECD

Mini-LAMP: assessing literacy and numeracy through national household surveys - Nicolas Jonas, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL)

Measuring learning through the lifecycle in multi-topic household surveys - Gero Carletto, World Bank


Closing - Michael Ward, OECD


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