The Japanese Ministry of Education serves over 12,000,000 students, having primarily relied on paper-based assessment to conduct their testing programs in schools at a national level.
To assist in their digitization efforts and help schools better adopt new tools, the Ministry tapped into the expertise of the Uchida Yoko Group and their subsidiary Infosign, which identified computer-based testing (CBT) as an area of focus to start transforming the education system in Japan.
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- What unique trends and challenges catalyzed the Japanese Ministry of Education to digitize assessment?
- How did Infosign effectively introduce TAO as a proof-of-concept for computer-based testing in Japanese schools?
- What assessment projects has Infosign supported the Japanese Ministry of Education with, and how are they expanding the use of TAO in universities?