[Launch] INEE Technical Note on Measurement for Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published
Topic(s)
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Out of School
Global Agendas - SDG, Education 2030, etc.
Emergency - Health
English

This Technical Note draws from INEE member perspectives on measurement challenges and best practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are thrilled to share a new INEE Technical Note on Measurement for Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic!

This 15-page practitioner-oriented publication reflects inputs from a range of INEE members, and particularly from those that engaged in an August 2020 online workshop entitled “How do we monitor and evaluate distance learning programs during COVID-19?” The goal of that workshop and this Technical Note on Measurement is to help the education in emergencies community respond to technical questions and challenges faced in the COVID-19 response.

The Technical Note on Measurement relies on the INEE Minimum Standards for Education: Preparedness, Response, and Recovery as the global framework for delivering quality education in emergencies, and builds on the phased sections of the initial INEE Technical Note on Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Download the Technical Note on Measurement for full details. 

We ask for support and feedback on your use of this Technical Note, the INEE Minimum Standards, and other EiE resources in the context of COVID-19. Please share feedback or resources with INEE by emailing covid-19@inee.org

This resource is currently available in English, with translations to Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish in progress.

Visit the INEE website regularly for resources, opportunities, and information - in English, Arabic, French, Spanish, and Portuguese - about education delivery during COVID-19.