Kazakhstan has made tremendous progress in ensuring universal access to primary and lower-secondary education. Nevertheless, results international surveys reveal that almost two-thirds of students from Kazakhstan complete schooling without mastering the basic skills needed to be successful, and that student achievement is increasingly inequitable. This policy perspective provides Kazakhstan with recommendations about how to strengthen its national examinations in order to improve the learning outcomes of all students. It is part of a larger OECD review of Kazakhstan that is published as four policy perspectives, each examining a key policy issue.
|Publication date:||14 Dec 2020|
|✓ Read the publication:||Strengthening national examinations in Kazakhstan to achieve national goals|
|✓ Further information:||OECD Review on Evaluation and Assessment Frameworks for Improving School Outcomes|
|✓ Comparative report:||Synergies for Better Learning|
|✓ See also:||OECD's iLibrary|