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This study of neighbourhood satisfaction has revealed older residents believe it is safer for children to walk to school than the parents of primary school-aged children believe to be the case.
The study, examined survey responses from over 800 residents aged 60 years and...
Nationally comparable data about school performances should be reported to the public, but should not be used to create league tables, according to this paper.
Written by Geoff Masters, Glenn Rowley, John Ainley and Siek Toon Khoo, the paper was prepared for the Ministerial...
Children with behavioural and learning difficulties (particularly literacy attainment) commonly have problems processing auditory information as measured by sentence length recall and digit span. Findings from the study of 11,366 children from school entry to Year 9 indicated that the association betweeen literacy and classroom...