How to get involved and support innovation in PISA


PISA participating countries/economies
PISA participating countries/economies are invited to contribute to the development of the PISA innovative domain assessments, nominate experts for the Subject Matter Expert Groups (SMEGs) and participate in their meetings, as well as support small-scale pilot studies and cognitive laboratories to validate the instrumentation currently under development (PISA 2025 Learning in the Digital World). To express interest in contributing to the development of the innovative domain assessment, or to request further information, please contact the Senior Analyst leading research and development in PISA, Mario Piacentini
Foundations and organisations
The PISA Secretariat are seeking new ways to broaden the impact of the innovative domain assessments and associated research by partnering with like-minded institutions that share PISA’s goal of providing quality assessment of 21st century skills at the national and international levels. Ongoing work is also exploring ways of supporting schools and educators who want to assess their students’ development of these important skills. The research for the PISA innovative domains is currently co-funded by the PISA participating countries and by partner foundations (Bertelsmann Stiftung, Deutsche Telekom Stiftung, Fundaçao Instituto Unibanco Mercator Stiftung, and Robert Bosch Stiftung). If you are an organisation, research institution or foundation that would be interested in learning more about our current work and/or possible ways to support innovation in PISA, please email Mario Piacentini or
Interested stakeholders
We welcome any feedback and/or questions regarding the innovative work in PISA from education stakeholders, scholars, students or other interested individuals. Please feel free to send us a message by email.





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