09:00Participant Registration09:30Welcome and Keynote Speech10:00Introduction UNESCO-UNICEF
Ms. Anna Lucia D’Emilio, Regional Education Advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean. Mr. Jorge Sequeira, Director of UNESCO, Regional Education Office in Santiago (TBC).10:30Coffee Break10:45Session 1: Understanding quality in education for equity and inclusion
Quality/Equity of education from the UNICEF perspective11:30
The OREALC/UNESCO Santiago conceptualization of quality of education13:00Lunch14:30Session 2: Assessing quality and equity
Remarks on the relationship between the quality of education and assessment
Moritz Bilagher, technical Coordinator. Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education (LLECE) , OREALC/UNESCO Santiago15:15Coffee Break15:30
Quality of education assessment from a broader perspective: The Argentinian Experience. Elena Duro, UNICEF Argentina16:15
Fundamentals needed to create a multinational system of assessment of education quality in Bolivia.
Observatorio Plurinacional de la Calidad Educativa (OPCE), Bolivia17:00Closing Remarks
09:00Session 2: Assessing quality and equity
The Chilean Experience. Juan Bravo. Moderated by Moritz Bilagher09:30Session 2: Assessing quality and equity
The colombian experience. Julián Mariño.
Moderated by Moritz Bilagher.10:00Coffee Break10:15
What do international assessments show us about the quality of education in Latin America and the Caribbean? Jorge Manzi. Moderated by Moritz Bilagher10:45
The utility of international assessments and their application in the design of national public policies in education. Gilbert Valverde. Moderated by Moritz Bilagher11:15
Debate. Moderated by Moritz Bilagher11:45
Assessment of learning outcomes of indigenous learners in Latin America. Ernesto Treviño.13:00Lunch14:30Session 3: Reporting on equity and inclusion
Challenges for equitable education in Latin America and the Caribbean. Martín Hopenhayn, Director, Social Development Division (ECLAC)15:15Session 3: Reporting on equity and inclusion
Quality/Equity of education in Brazil.
Paula Louzano: Researcher, Lemann Foundatio16:00Coffee Break16:15Session 3: Reporting on equity and inclusion
The intersection between quality, equity and education assessment within a minority framework: “The Caribbean Dimension”.
Heidi Mirza, Emeritus Professor of Equality Studies in Education, Institute of Education, University of London17:00Debate17:30Closing Remarks
09:00Session 4: Re-thinking systems of educational evaluation to improve quality and equity14:30Session 5: Full plenary session
Presentations by group leaders of results from group discussions16:00Coffee Break