National Assessment for Knowledge Economy (NAfKE)

NAfKE study was designed at the beginning of the implementation of the Education Reform for Knowledge Economy Skills (ERfKEI) project, in order to identify to what extent students in 5th, 9th, and 11th grades possessed the knowledge economy skills as well as to measure the level of their performance in those skills in mathematics, science, and reading literacy domains. Furthermore, The Study aimed to measure the variation in the students' performance according to student's sex, school location, school type, and school authority.

NAfKE study was implemented in 2006.Consecuantly, it provided baseline data about the students' performance in the three domains, and it was repeated by the end of the first phase of the ERfKE project in 2008 to measure the changes that took place in the levels of knowledge economy skills possessed by students as a result of the implementation of the project. The center implemented NAfKE study in 2011 as a baseline data for the second phase of the project (ERfKEII), and the summative assessment took place in 2014.

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National Report for NAfKE2006 Click here to download
National Report for NAFKE2008 Click here to download
National Report for NAFKE2011 Click here to download
National Report for NAFKE2014 Click here to download