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Towards a New Generation of Internationally-Comparable Data
Data to Break the Barriers to Education
Tracking Literacy Skills among Children, Youth and Adults
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Reducing Inequalities in Education by Improving the Measurement, Availability and Use of Data
From Teacher Training to Recruitment: Data to Improve the Quality of Education
Data for the Region Facing the Biggest Challenges
Data and Tools to Track Funding
Tracking Enrolment, Fields of Study and Destinations of Students Globally
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A Comprehensive Framework to Organize Education Programmes and Qualifications
Helping Countries Produce and Use High-Quality Data to Achieve their Goals
Enhancing Scientific Research
R&D Data for Countries at All Stages of Development
Building a Global Database
Data to Help Bridge the Gender Gap
Protecting the World’s Cultural and Natural Heritage
Measuring How Culture Contributes to Economic Development
Measuring the World’s Most Lucrative Cultural Industry
Tracking Trade Flows in the Digital Age
Measuring the Economic Contribution of Culture
Tracking Access to and Use of ICT in Classrooms

Data for Sustainable Development - UIS Blog

By Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) and Daniel Capistrano, University College Dublin This International Day of Education, the impact of COVID-19 on education is...
By Friedrich Huebler, Head of Education Standards and Methodology at the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) It is not enough to simply collect data. Data that are useful for monitoring progress...
By ECW, FHI 360, INEE, NORRAG, and the UIS This post is cross-published by ECW, FHI 360, INEE, NORRAG, and the UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Last week INEE, ECW, and the UIS launched a new...

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The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) updates its database three times a year as new data from Member States become available through the annual surveys. For the data refresh taking place on 3...
The UIS is the custodian agency for Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) on education and is in charge of collecting and disseminating data for the indicators used to monitor progress toward the...
Starting this week, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) will be hosting a series of webinars, working with Member States in the important process of collecting data to inform Sustainable...
The bi-annual Survey on Literacy and Educational Attainment launches on November 27. The data collected will complement the information from the UIS Survey of Formal Education. The questionnaires for...

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