Improving the quality of education in the Pacific

Results from PILNA, the Pacific Island’s largest education assessment will help to inform improvements to literacy and numeracy in the region. To mark International Literacy Day, results from the fourth cycle of the Pacific Islands Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (PILNA) were released on 8 September, measuring the literacy and numeracy skills of 40,000 students who have completed four and six years of basic education in the Pacific.

Source: ACER