4.6.1 National Achievement Test Rating for Elementary
BAGUIO DATA SOURCE: Department of Education (DEP-ED)
National Elementary Assessment Test (NEAT) is the national examination which aims to measure learning outcomes in the elementary level in response to the need of enhancing quality education as recommended by the Congressional Commission on Education. It is designed to assess abilities and skills of Grade VI pupils in all public and private elementary schools. Proportion of youth (aged 15-24 years) and of adults (aged 15 years and above) have achieved or exceeded a given level of proficiency in (a) literacy and (b) numeracy. The minimum proficiency level will be measured relative to new common literacy and numeracy scales currently in development.
The National Achievement Test (NAT) results in were reported in quartile distribution of Mean Percentage Scores (MPS) among schools, namely: Superior (76-100%), Upper Average (51-75%), Lower Average (26-50 %), and Poor (0-25%). The regions, divisions and schools were provided with this report by the Department of Education (Dep-Ed) through the National Education Testing and Research Center (NETRC).
4.6.1 National Achievement Test Rating for Elementary in the Sustainable Development Goals
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4. Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning
Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to improving people’s lives and sustainable development. Major progress has been made towards increasing access to education at all levels and increasing enrolment rates in schools particularly for women and girls. Basic literacy skills have improved tremendously, yet bolder efforts are needed to make even greater strides for achieving universal education goals. For example, the world has achieved equality in primary education between girls and boys, but few countries have achieved that target at all levels of education.
Related 4.6.1 National Achievement Test Rating for Elementary Targets
By 2030, ensure that all youth and a substantial proportion of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy