World Health Organization (WHO)


ASER has sought to gather information on very basic learning instruments, which are reading and arithmetic. A set of core questions have been designed which are adapted and expanded each year to explore different dimensions of schooling and learning at the elementary stage. This ensures that the data is comparable and easily collected by the surveyors. Over the years ASER has become well reputed for its novel approaches to learning issues in the field as a unique tool in the region, and at the global level too.