Partners

Partners

The development of the concept note, the assessment frameworks and items is also attributed to a continuous consultative process with regional and international organisations, universities and partners. These different stakeholders ensure that SEA-PLM is representative to the region, follows rigorous international standards and is anchored in the regional education agenda.



Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)
 
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

 

Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

 

 

The following SEAMEO Centres have been involved in the development and implementation of SEA-PLM in the region:

SEAMEO INNOTECH
 
SEAMEO QITEP
in Language
 
SEAMEO QITEP
in Mathematics
 
SEAMEO QITEP
in Science
 
SEAMEO RECSAM

 

SEAMEO SEN
 
SEAMEO VOCTECH
 

 

 

The following organisations/institutions have contributed and provide continuous support to SEA-PLM:

American Institutes for
Research (AIR), USA
Brookings Institution, Center for
Universal Education
Data Angel Policy
Research Inc.
Education University of
Hong-Kong

 

Inno-Change International
Consultants
Korea Institute of Curriculum &
Evaluation (KICE)
Korean Educational Development
Institute (KEDI)
Philippine Normal
University

 

Redden Education Consultants
UN ESCAP
UNESCO
Universiti
Brunei Darussalam

 

 
Universiti Sains Malaysia,
Malaysia
 
University of the Philippines