1 The 1st GAML meeting focused specifically on building consensus on a pragmatic approach to generate comparable measures for targets 4.1, 4.2 and 4.6 by building on existing efforts and knowledge.
11 May 2016, Washington, DC
2 The 2nd GAML meeting focused specifically on the implementation of the SDG 4 global and thematic indicators, methodological work underpinning the proposed versions of the International Code of Practices for Learning Assessments, the Global Framework for Reference, and the UIS Catalogue of Learning Assessments, and developments related to the learning scale.
17-18 October 2016, Washington, DC
3 The 3rd GAML meeting focused specifically on the governance structure of the GAML , new tools developed to improve the data from different types of learning assessments, frameworks and guidelines to help countries assess and strengthen the quality of their assessment activities, and the methodological work underway to produce Indicator 4.1.1.
11-12 May 2017, Mexico City
4 The 4th GAML meeting focused specifically on the received updates on UN and Education 2030 processes on the development of indicators, recommendations regarding reporting and capacity development, discussed and endorsed the GAML governance and priorities reviewed and endorsed the measurement strategies for each of the learning- and skills-related indicators, discussed and approved the conceptual, methodological and reporting frameworks for Indicator 4.1.1, and finalised the learning outcomes and skills-related inputs to be integrated in the report that will be prepared by the Technical Cooperation Group on SDG 4–Education 2030 Indicators (TCG) to the Education 2030.
28-29 November 2017, Madrid, Spain
17-18 October, 2018, Hamburg, Germany
77th GAML meeting was exceptionally held virtually due to the restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the topics discussed during the meeting: challenges and progress in measuring learning, Rosetta Stone, Policy Linking, MPLs, indicator on children learning and completing, learning poverty, and the pandemic-related disruptions in education.21 and 23 October 2020, virtual