IEVA RAUDONYTE

Associate Research Officer, learning assessments, learning data, teachers

Ieva Raudonyte is an Associate Research Officer in the IIEP Research & Development team. She contributes to research activities related to the use of learning assessment data and the broader theme of teaching and learning.

More specifically, she provides support to the coordination of IIEP’s research programme on the use of learning assessment data in the planning cycle and contributes to IIEP’s Learning Portal activities.

Prior to this, Ieva was involved in a IIEP study on the organization and management of teacher careers and a research project on financial decentralization in education. She also participated in the preparation of a distance course on secondary teacher management.

EDUCATION

  • Master’s Degree in International  Development (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France)
  • Bachelor’s degree in Political Science (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France)

Publications

  • Raudonyte, I. 2021. The Use of Learning Assessment Data: Namibia. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2021. The Use of Learning Assessment Data: Zambia. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2021. The Use of Learning Assessment Data: Ghana. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2021. The Use of Learning Assessment Data: Senegal. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2020. The Use of Learning Assessment Data: The Gambia. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2020. The Use of Learning Assessment Data: Guinea. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2019. ‘Teacher Career Reforms in Lithuania’. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Raudonyte, I. 2019. ‘Use of Learning Assessment Data in Education Policy-Making’. IIEP-UNESCO Working Paper. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.
  • Tournier, B., Chimier, C., Childress, D., Raudonyte, I. 2019. ‘Teacher career reforms: learning from experience’. Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.

CONTRIBUTION

Souto Simao, M.; Millenaar, V.; Inigo, L. 2016. 'Education Financing in Decentralized Systems. Enquiries into the Allocative Efficiency of Educational Investment and the Effects on Other Dimensions of Quality Education Policies'. The Education Commission.