The Centre for Educational Measurement at the University of Oslo (CEMO) is an international research unit which conducts basic research in educational measurement and applied research in early childhood, secondary and higher education. CEMO is part of the Faculty of Education and develops national competence by disseminating knowledge about educational measurement to stakeholders and teaching of Master and PhD students. The Centre collaborates with similar units in many other countries and is part of an international research network.
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