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This report describes Australian parents’ beliefs about the capacity of the current education environment to meet the educational needs of their children. The report is based on a survey of Australian ASG members and non-members conducted in May 2017.
NAPLAN data provide parents, schools, governments and the non-government school sectors with important information about whether young Australians are reaching important educational goals.
This AEU inquiry submission argues that a significant shortfall of federal funding for public schools will magnify the stark disadvantages and under-resourcing that already disproportionately threaten regional, rural and remote public schools around Australia.
This report exposes the systemic failure of the ACT's primary education system and offers recommendations on how to rejuvenate the sector.
Explores student mobility in NSW government schools and the impact mobility has on student outcomes.
Summary The Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation (CESE) has conducted the first system-wide study of student mobility in NSW government schools, using linked enrolment data from 2008...
Provides a wealth of data and information that are used by schools, governments and education authorities to inform decisions about the education of young Australians.
Summary The National Assessment Program—Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests are conducted in May for all students across Australia...
The ASG Parents Report Card investigates the state of education in Australia from parents’ perspectives.
The ASG Parents Report Card measured parents’ perceptions of the state of education in the two countries using three indexes: the Aspirations Index; the Educational Resources Index, and the...
A huge spread of achievement levels in Australian classrooms is making it hard for teachers to implement best education practice and target their teaching to the needs of every individual student.
A range of studies show that at any given year level there is...
Australia’s educational system must be one of the most over-reviewed in the OECD, states David Zyngier in T he Conversation
Hundreds of Select Committees – Federal and State, Upper and Lower House in the past 20 years have reviewed teacher quality and student outcomes....
What is surprising in the last two years of debate over an Australian national curriculum has been the failure to engage with research on the enacted curriculum: on what actually goes on in Australian classrooms.
Important contributions to this edition of Curriculum...