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Based on semi-structured interviews with key informants from government agencies, businesses, and other organisations including non-government organisations and community advocates. It brings these interviews together with analysis of administrative data to better understand the nature and extent of migrant vulnerability in the construction industry.
Student achievement in mathematics is related to many factors. This report looks at a range of student attributes, measured in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2012, that focus on students' confidence (self-efficacy), self-beliefs (self-concept), learning approaches and motivation as well as examining how...
Provides consistent information for each of New Zealand’s 16 regions. This allows us to compare the regions’ economic performance, distinguish their attributes and specialisations, and understand the different roles they play in the New Zealand economy.
The 2014 regional economic activity...
The annual Survey of Staffing provides the Ministry of Education with a snapshot of the number of entitlement staffing vacancies at the start of Term 1. The survey also collects information about the number of overseas-trained and beginning teachers employed by schools. In 2014, the...
Reading Recovery OutcomesReading Recovery outcomes for students who exited the intervention in 2013 were very similar to those of previous years. The majority (79%) of students who exited Reading Recovery made accelerated progress and were successfully discontinued from the intervention...
Tertiary education offers a passport to success in modern life. It helps people improve their lives and the lives of those around them. It provides the specific tools for a career, and is the engine of knowledge creation.
The Tertiary Education Strategy 2014-19 sets...
Child obesity represents a significant health issue in New Zealand today, particularly amongst Māori and Pacific families. The Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) is conducting a performance audit on child obesity, to see how effective the public service is in its efforts to prevent and...
Executive Summary: Pacific arts and culture are a major feature of New Zealand’s arts landscape. The success of Pacific arts and the engagement of Pasifika1 audiences are vitally important for the success of New Zealand arts generally. Pasifika artists are making significant contributions to...
The Pacific heritage arts research project provides a broad overview of the health of heritage arts amongst the seven main Pacific communities in New Zealand.
The communities are Samoan, Tongan, Fijian, Cook Island, Niuean, Tuvaluan and Tokelauan.
The research was identified as a...