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The Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific (NEQMAP) at UNESCO Bangkok, with generous support from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and Malaysian Fund-in-Trust (MFIT), is launching a regional study on “School-Based Assessment: Policies and Practices in the Asia Pacific.” The study, by focusing on several countries/jurisdictions in the Asia Pacific region as case studies, aims to look into the policy environment in relation to SBA, gather information on different practices as well as its usage in improving quality of teaching and learning, identify relevant issues and challenges and provide recommendations for future directions in this area.

In relation to this, the NEQMAP Secretariat hosted an orientation meeting for researchers from participating countries from 25-26 February 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Date: 25-26 February 2016

Venue: Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit

Meeting Documents:


Presentation Files:

Day 1:

Ms. Ramya Vivekanandan (UNESCO Bangkok)




"Tour de table" on country perspectives/experiences in School-Based Assessment:



Dr. Christine Tom (Griffith University) 



Day 2:

Dr. Christine Tom (Griffith University) 



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Please click HERE to download workshop photos.