iPIPS is a unique international study of children starting school which has the potential to fill an important gap. It will provide policy-relevant information about children starting school and their progress during the first year, helping to contextualise PISA data and helping to answer questions about the progress that children make, around the world.
iPIPS is led by a team from the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring, Durham University, UK. It is based on an assessment system which has been developed over the last 20 years and has been used with more than two million children in various countries.
Our partners from the Higher School of Economics, Russia visited recently to discuss the iPIPS assessment and its impact across the users in Russia.
Peter Tymms and Christine Merrell presented at a seminar organised by the Instituto Alfa e Beto in Brazil to discuss outcomes of the current iPIPS Brazil trial and comparisons with other studies
Peter Tymms comments on the recent PISA results. Click here for more information.