28 March 2019
Dan Cloney reports on an evaluation of literacy programs being delivered to vulnerable children in Papua New Guinea.
24 July 2019
A new ACER report on Australian education expenditure is the first of its kind, and offers an important reference point for policy-makers, educators, researchers and economists. The report authors discuss the key findings in an article in The Conversation.
04 April 2019
An ACER study reveals how an animated TV series supports Indigenous children’s transition to school by improving pedagogical approaches and bolstering pride and identity in Indigenous children.
26 March 2019
Play-based learning is generally associated with preschool children, but new research provides a model for playful learning at school.
07 September 2018
ACER is working with the Indonesian Government to support children not participating in early childhood programs who are falling behind in their learning and development.
17 August 2018
ACER’s Research Conference 2018 took place in Sydney in August, with leaders in education from around the globe coming together to explore the theme ‘Teaching practices that make a difference: Insights from research’.
09 July 2018
Following its 2018 Logie Award win, we take a look back at the ground-breaking children’s animation, Little J & Big Cuz.
Building capacity for Bhutan’s learning assessment
22 August 2019
A new way to assess social and emotional skills
02 August 2019
Preparing for a digital future
29 July 2019