Reports

The following reports were released from ICCS 2009.

ICCS Technical Report

The Technical Report contains details about aspects of ICCS relating to instrument development, sampling, survey implementation and psychometric and statistical analyses used in the study. It has been published as:

Schulz, W., Ainley, J., & Fraillon, J. (Eds.) (2011). ICCS 2009 Technical Report. Amsterdam:  IEA

To download the ICCS Technical report in PDF please click here.

ICCS Technical Report

ICCS Asian Report

The ICCS Asian Report draws on findings from the Asian Regional module as well as aspects of the ICCS international instruments that relate to Asia. The reference for the report is:

Fraillon, J., Schulz, W. & Ainley, J. (2012). ICCS 2009 Asian Report: Civic knowledge and attitudes among lower-secondary students in five Asian countries: Amsterdam: IEA

To download the ICCS Asian report in PDF please click here.

ICCS Asian Report

ICCS Latin American Report

The Latin American report contains ICCS study findings relating to Latin America, using both International and Regional instruments. The reference for the report is:

Schulz, W., Ainley, J., Friedman, T. & Lietz, P. (2011). ICCS 2009 Latin American Report: Civic knowledge and attitudes among lower-secondary students in six Latin American countries:Amsterdam: IEA

To download the English language version of the ICCS Latin American report in PDF please clickhere.

For a Spanish version of the report in PDF please click here.

ICCS Latin American Report
ICCS Latin American Report

ICCS Extended International Report

The extended report offers a more comprehensive focus on the main international findings of the study. The reference for the report is:

Schulz, W., Ainley, J., Fraillon, J., Kerr, D., & Losito, B. (2010). ICCS 2009 International Report: Civic knowledge, attitudes and engagement among lower secondary school students in thirty-eight countries. Amsterdam: IEA

To download the ICCS Extended International report in PDF please click here.

ICCS Extended International Report

ICCS Initial Findings Report

The ICCS report of initial findings is the first in a series of publications presenting the study outcomes. It has been published as:

Schulz, W., Ainley, J., Fraillon, J., Kerr, D. & Losito, B. (2010). Initial Findings from the IEA International Civic and Citizenship Education Study. Amsterdam: IEA.

To download the initial findings report in Portable Document Format (PDF) please click here.

ICCS Initial Findings Report