Analysis Standard 4: Evaluation

Topic(s)
Programme Cycle - Evaluation
Programme Cycle - Needs Assessment & Analysis

The following EiE Toolkit list of resources focusing on INEE Minimum Standards Analysis Standard 4: Evaluation, are practical, field-friendly tools to guide anyone working in the field of education in emergencies. As stated in the Minimum Standards, systematic and impartial evaluations improve education response activities and enhance accountability.

Data Collection on Education Systems: Definitions, Explanations and Instructions

Published by
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
Published
English
Report

The objective of the UIS/OECD/EUROSTAT data collection on education statistics is to provide internationally comparable data on key aspects of education systems, specifically on the participation and completion of education programmes, as well as the cost and type of resources dedicated to education.

Learning to live together: Design, monitoring and evaluation of education for life skills, citizenship, peace and human rights

Published by
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
,
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ)
Published
English
Manual/Handbook/Guide

Learning to Live Together: Design, Monitoring and Evaluation of Education for Life Skills, Citizenship, Peace and Human Rights. The guide focuses on the theme of ‘learning to live together’, which is one of four competencies identified as important by the International Commission on Education for the Twenty-first Century.

Minimum Standards Applied to the Evaluation of Coaching Classes for Refugee Students

Published by
Refugee Education Trust
Published
English

This document is an example of how the Refugee Education Trust used the INEE Minimum Standards to evaluate project implementation in Pakistan. The table provides a useful framework for analysis, dialogue, planning and recommendations for the future, and can be adapted for other programmes.