Education Assessment (LLECE)
A quality education is a fundamental right. To ensure it, UNESCO’s Member States have designated the Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education (LLECE) as a key instrument to monitor and follow-up the Education 2030 Agenda Frame of Action and Sustainable Development Goal 4.
LLECE, which is seated in the Regional Office for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, works to contribute to the new challenges that this agenda poses, developing research, organizing technical debates and developing other initiatives that contribute to analyze the Education 2030 global agenda, with an integral focus on the quality of education and on ways to evaluate it.
Ejes de trabajo
Research. Development of knowledge that contributes to decision-making to improve the quality and equity of assessment systems.
- Third Regional Comparative and Explanatory Study (TERCE, applied in 2013) - LLECE databases
- Second Regional Comparative and Explanatory Study (SERCE, applied in 2006) - LLECE databases
- First Regional Comparative and Explanatory Study (PERCE, applied in 1997) - LLECE databases
Dissemination and promotion. To disseminate LLECE’s work, while promoting research in education quality and assessment.
Developing local capacities in education assessment. Training specialists.
South-South cooperation. Sharing resources, technical capacities, and technology. Exchanging knowledge between countries and international organizations.
XXXVII Meeting of National Coordinators of the Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education
San Jose, Costa Rica, 14-16 March 2017
Teaching and Learning in the E2030 Agenda: Policy Dialogue
Santiago, Chile, 9-11 August 2016
XXXVI LLECE Coordinators Meeting
Buenos Aires, Argentina, 10 November 2016