November 18-22, 2019
The USAID New Justice Program will provide the Ministry of Education-Ministry of Justice (MOE-MOJ) Task Force on Unified State Qualifications Exam (USQE) with international expertise on best practices and other international expert support in developing and implementing external, high-stake legal examinations.
International Testing Technologies Expert Kellie Early will navigate through the local context and deliver her expert assistance, while attending and contributing to a series of business meetings with relevant decision-makers and other stakeholders. Such meetings will include representatives of the MOE, the MOJ, the MOE-MOJ Task Force on USQE, leading Ukrainian law schools, the Working Group on Legal Education Reform of the Law Reform Commission under the President of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Center for Education Evaluation, and the National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance. As a result, Ms. Early will provide expert recommendations on developing the USQE concept, program, and the roadmap for its implementation.
Venues: Kyiv, USAID New Justice Program Premises, Office 3, 36 Ivana Franka Str., Kyiv; Ministry of Education Premises, 10 Peremohy Ave., Kyiv; Ministry of Justice Premises, 10 Rylskyi Lane, Kyiv.