Strategies for improving academic achievement

  • To encourage students to question rubrics that measure basic reading and mathematics skills based on children’s ability by using test theories such as Item Response Theory (IRT)
  • To estimate achievement growth by measuring academic achievement every year
  • To analyze to what degree individual, family, teacher, and school factors have on influencing academic achievement
  • To describe which school management policies improved academic achievement
  • To describe which kinds of community participation activities enhanced school management

Strategies for completion of basic education

  • To track the situation of children over a long period
  • To analyze factors influencing grade repetition, school dropout, and transfer

To develop life skills

  • To check the knowledge of life skills
  • To analyze factors influencing the acquisition of life skills

Strategies for analyzing secondary data—International Large-Scale Assessments (ILSAs)

  • Numerous sources supply data for International Large-Scale Assessments (ILSAs), such as the World Bank, UNESCO, UNICEF, OECD, IEA, and others. These data are called secondary data. We analyze these data to contribute to the policies of each country.


Fieldworkers’ Life-events

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My articles were issued on fieldwork with children in the FENIC.