Paving the way for improved recognition of Pacific qualifications

In the Pacific, people frequently move between countries for work and study, both through labour mobility schemes and individual arrangements.

Pacific’s education quality board endorses public sharing of country specific information and new areas of work identified by the region

The ninth meeting of the Pacific Board for Education Quality (PBEQ) took place from 20th to 22nd March 2024 and focussed on enhancing the quality of education at all levels across the region by making country specific information that were generated…

Educators trained to offer resilience qualifications in the Pacific

As discussions on resilience and climate change are growing amongst different sectors and platforms in the Pacific, formalising practices and creating career pathways through the newly developed Resilience Qualifications has scaled up the need to offer…

Green News: IHE Delft Institute for Water Education offers scholarships for water professionals in the Pacific region

IHE Delft Institute for Water Education is providing a limited number of scholarships in the framework of capacity strengthening and nurturing network of water professionals in the focus regions and countries of the programme. The full scholarships…

Exploring the World of Psychometrics: improving the educational outcomes for Pacific students

Psychometric analysis is now increasingly being employed by Pacific Island countries to analyse student assessments and report on the key areas of education identified by the national governments of the region. To improve the standard of reporting using…

Stat of the week: 90% is the estimated completion rate in upper secondary school for girls in Tonga

Did you know? 90% is the estimated completion rate in upper secondary school for girls in Tonga (80% for boys).

International Literacy Day 2024

​The 8th of September was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO in 1966 to remind the international community of the importance of literacy for individuals, communities and societies, and the need for intensified efforts towards more literate…

Striving for education research excellence in Papua New Guinea

Water science in Kiritimati Island schools

Strengthening Education Research Capacity in the North Pacific

The Pacific Community (SPC) strengthened and equipped education ministries from the region to take ownership of their education projects through a research and policy support workshop in the areas of research planning, Education Management Information…
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