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The Pacific Islands Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (PILNA) is a tool used to measure the literacy and numeracy skills of Year 4 and Year 6 students across the Pacific region.
Administered by SPC’s Educational Quality and Assessment Programme, the PILNA results are released every three years and provide the 15 participating Pacific countries with a measurement of regional standards based on a common scale.
Australia is a major supporter of the PILNA report and SPC’s work to strengthen education systems in the Pacific.
In this SPC Talks, Ms Annelise Young , Australian Consul-General in New Caledonia and Dr. Michelle Belisle, Director of SPC’s Educational Quality and Assessment Programme, discuss the 2021 PILNA regional report.