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Survey Sampling: Theory and Methods 2nd edn

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purchasing plan 2013 Economics department PROGRAMME FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSESSMENT (PISA) 2018: CALL FOR TENDER PROCESS An Overview Launch of the PISA 2018 Procurement Process • In January 2014, the OECD plans to launch the first Call for Tender (CFT) to select one or more service providers to work on the PISA 2018 project – A CFT for the second stage is planned to launch March 2014 • Bidders will have eight weeks from the time the CFT is issued to respond with an offer • Offers must be written and delivered to the OECD by the due date. – Details will be in the CFT PISA 2018 • Major subject area: Reading • Minor subject areas: Mathematics, science • Innovative assessment: Global Competence • Possible optional tests and questionnaires (to be decided) • Main delivery mode is on computer • A small number of countries may continue with paper-based delivery • The PISA Governing Board has agreed its strategy for the next cycles of PISA (see EDU/PISA/GB(2013)14) PISA 2018 : Stages for Call for Tender Stage 1 (January 2014) Core A: Design, development and analysis – Management and co-ordination – Survey design, test and questionnaire development (including computer platform) – Survey operations, liaison with national centres, development and maintenance of communication portal – Data handling, analysis and scaling Core B: Test and questionnaire frameworks – Development of frameworks for assessment of reading and of global competence – Review of mathematics and science frameworks (no major revision expected) – Development of questionnaire frameworks (for contextual information from students and schools) Stage 2 (March 2014) Core C: Sampling; Core D: Linguistic Quality Control Four Unique Cores in PISA 2018 • Bidders may respond to one or more cores. • Bidders may respond as a company, organisation or consortium. • Project management will be shared betw

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