Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of Quality in Education
Laboratorio Latinoamericano de Evaluación de la Calidad de la Educación (LLECE)
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1994-11-10 Mexico City Mexico
10 Nov 1994, Mexico City (Mexico). Coordinated by E-XE9580 - UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago (Chile), originally within the framework of U-XE1039 - Major Project in the Field of Education in Latin America and the Caribbean before the latter's termination in Mar 2001.
As a new form of cooperation among countries of the region, improve quality and equity of education by adopting methodologies which provide greater clarity in discerning the processes and results of efforts undertaken by countries in this field; carry out assessment both in policy making and in tracking and carrying out educational policy.
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Organized as the 'National Assessment Systems Network' where each country is represented by its coordinator of the National Assessment or Evaluation and Measurement System. Technical Coordination Team, comprising Coordinator, Technical Assistant, Programme Assistant and Chief of the Section for Planning, Management, Monitoring and Evaluation.
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