Uwezo Uganda Measuring Young People’s Literacy and Numeracy Competencies Required in the Workplace and Everyday Life | Tasks 2019

In December 2019, Uwezo Uganda in collaboration with Oxford Policy Management Limited (OPML) under the Strengthening Education Systems for Improved Learning (SESIL) programme funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) leveraged on Uwezo basic learning assessment methodology and infrastructure to develop and pilot an approach to measure young people’s literacy and numeracy competencies required in the workplace and everyday life.

The focus of the pilot assessment was to develop and refine an approach of generating evidence to enable understanding of the long-term influence of school-based learning and other influences on young people’s competencies. 

To conduct this assessment, a set of assessment tasks were developed to measure everyday Young people’s literacy and numeracy competencies. 

Click here and here to access the survey tasks.

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