The Learning Metrics Task Force (LMTF) is a multistakeholder collaboration working to improve learning outcomes for children and youth worldwide, with a specific focus on strengthening assessment systems and the use of assessment data in service of EFA Goal 6.
Toward Universal Learning: Reports from LMTF 1.0
- Recommendations from the Learning Metrics Task Force, Summary Report »
- A Global Framework for Measuring Learning, Report No. 2 »
- What every child should learn, Report No. 1 »
LMTF 2.0 Newsletter
- Download the September-December 2015 edition of the LMTF 2.0 newsletter »
- Download the May-August 2015 edition of the LMTF 2.0 newsletter »
- The Sunset of the LMTF: Next steps in tracking learning for the SDGs (Part 2) »
- At the dawn of Sustainable Development Goal 4, the Learning Metrics Task Force sunsets (Part 1) »
- Toward universal learning: A new video on tackling assessment challenges in Africa »
- How Buenos Aires adapted the LMTF seven domains to improve the relevance of secondary education »
- Measuring progress toward SDG 4 in Kenya, Zambia, and Palestine »
- Fifteen champion countries look for effective and useful ways to measure student learning »
- LMTF discussions continue on measuring what matters in Kigali, Rwanda »
- Global momentum for measuring early learning outcomes and program quality »
Meeting Summary Reports
- LMTF 2.0 Livingstone Meeting Report »
- In-Person Advisory Committee Meeting Report »
- LMTF Brussels June Meeting Summary Report »
- Proceedings from the LMTF Forum »
Opportunities to Contribute
In its first phase (LMTF 1.0), the task force completed three consecutive rounds of global consultation and technical development, resulting in a series of recommendations for improving learning outcomes and measurement at the global level. Now the task force is entering a new phase of work (LMTF 2.0) to carry its recommendations forward and is inviting all interested stakeholders to participate. Opportunities to contribute will be posted as they become available.
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