Kate Anderson is a global education strategist. As a consultant to non-governmental and multilateral organizations, her work focuses on building collaborative solutions to the most pressing challenges in education worldwide. Previously, she was an associate fellow at the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution, where she worked for seven years to build consensus on improving measurement of learning globally.
Written by Kate Anderson
Now more than ever, countries are orienting their policies toward equipping children and youth with a broad range of skills to succeed in the 21st century . Given this widespread endorsement at the policy level, why don’t we see it happening in more schools? Could it be that schools lack..."Can we assess if school and classroom practices align with national educational goals?", by Kate Anderson, Helyn Kim, Seamus Hegarty and Martin Henry.