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In 2015 the New Zealand (NZ) government gifted $11.7 million to the Cook Islands for Stage 1 of the redevelopment of a national college in celebration of the Cook Islands 50 years of self-governance in free association with New Zealand. This report evaluates the first...
Outlining a transformative and sustainable regional education agenda aligned with global agendas such as the Sustainable Development Goals, this strategy was adopted by Forum Education Ministers in 2018.
This Super Synthesis identifies which interventions have the greatest impact on student learning and education participation in developing country contexts.
In Fiji’s linguistically diverse context, vernacular and English literacy priorities for preschool children are significant.
Examines the effect of the current turmoil in the Middle East on Indonesian students studying in Egypt and Turkey.
Summary In this Lowy Institute Report, Lowy Institute Deputy Director, Anthony Bubalo, together with Sidney Jones and Navhat Nuraniyah from the Institute for Policy...
This evaluation assessed the extent to which the Samoa School Fee Grant Scheme had reduced financial barriers to primary school enrolment and had increased retention, whether improved learning outcomes had been achieved through an enhanced quality of education, and if school performance had improved against...
Evaluates an aid programme intended to improve equitable access to education in Tonga, improve early grade student learning outcomes and strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Education and Training.
This article reports on a major action research program that experimented with the use of cross-age peer teaching in schools to assist teachers to manage conflict issues in their classrooms, and to re-engage disaffected students in learning.
The research, which was conducted in a...
These four reports indicate a decline in the number of students studying an Asian language in Australian schools, particularly at the secondary level.
In 2008, the proportion of Australian students studying one of the four Asian languages from Kindergarten to Year 12 was 18.6...