Pacific Islands Numeracy and Literacy Assessment (PILNA)

Family support and early childhood education programmes improve Pacific Island students’ progress, PILNA 2018 report affirms

(Image: Jonathan Curr, New Zealand High Commissioner to Fiji, John Feakes, Australian High Commissioner to Fiji, Dr Tufoua Panapa, Tuvalu Permanent Secretary for Education, Youth and Sports.  IMAGE SOURCE: Aaron Ballekom)

Preparations for next Pacific Literacy and Numeracy Assessment underway

The Pacific Island Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (PILNA) is an assessment for Year 4 and Year 6 students Permanent Secretaries and Literacy and Numeracy experts from 15 Pacific Island Ministries of Education are in Fiji this week to discuss crucial…

Improved numeracy across Pacific region revealed in largest ever survey

The latest Pacific Islands Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (PILNA) for primary school children has revealed growth across the region in numeracy and some improvement in literacy compared to the 2012 results. In this regard, 74% of Year 4 students were…

Pacific Community awards prize

Yesterday, the Pacific Community, through its Deputy Director General Cameron Diver, presented the Médiathèque de Rivière Salée (Rivière Salée multi-media library) in Noumea, New Caledonia with the prize for the winning video as part of the Pacific-wide…
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