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This evaluation assesses how effectively and efficiently the support New Zealand has provided to the Solomon Islands' Curriculum Development Division has delivered on its expected achievements, and how relevant the support is to improve access to, and the quality of, basic education.
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 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...
This Super Synthesis identifies which interventions have the greatest impact on student learning and education participation in developing country contexts.
Key Points:Asia literacy – literacy about the region – has been the dominant underlying rationale for public investment in research about Australia’s region leading to a strong focus on country based centres with a considerable area studies and humanities focus. This...
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...
This paper acknowledges the sense of disciplinary identity surrounding various approaches to the study of national security issues, which is currently so fluid, so heavily contested and so highly politicized that little of genuine substance can be said regarding where disciplinary boundaries ultimately begin and...