Rose is the Director of Academic Standards and Measurement, working in Global Assessment at Pearson. Her career started in teaching, and teacher education, before moving on to Governmental positions, responsible for running national assessment programmes in the UK. Her roles in Pearson
have included leading Assessment Design and Research teams, carrying out national and international alignment and benchmarking studies, and presenting at major international conferences. Rose has also worked extensively on OECD PISA assessments, co-writing the 2015 Scientific Literacy Framework.
Issues surrounding the content, standards, reliability and validity of assessments are central to her work, in particular to meet the needs of evolving international educational landscapes and requirements. Her research interests include the emerging development of e-assessment and
Artificial Intelligence in particular, and on-going educational strategies and policy.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Formative and Summative Assessment from Cambridge University and a Doctorate in Educational Assessment. She is a Fellow of the Association for Education Assessment – Europe (AEA-E) and is also a Fellow at the University of London (UCL). Rose lectures on educational standards, validity and reliability issues both nationally and internationally.Show More