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Topics: Evaluation, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Education & Training, Pedagogy, Primary Education, Teachers
This report summarises the findings from case studies of seven schools that are part of the Positive Behaviour for Learning School-Wide (PB4L-SW) initiative. Schools were selected for their effective practice. In this report, commonalities and differences in practice are summarised, and key themes are illustrated by short narratives from the schools. The report also discusses the contribution...
'One size does not fit all’: how five tertiary education organisations embed literacy, language and numeracy: case study findings
This report describes how a wānanga, a polytechnic, two private training establishments and an industry training organisation teach literacy, language and numeracy skills as part of their programmes.
This report examines the academic impact of the research by New Zealand universities, as measured by citations per publication, between 1981 and 2005.This report is one of a series that explores a newly available bibliometric database to analyse the research performance of New Zealand universities. It presents important baseline data that can be used to help in future analysis of the impacts of...
The New Zealand Ministry of Education has published a best evidence synthesis iteration (BES) that identifies the characteristics of teacher professional development that makes a positive difference for valued student outcomes. A companion best evidence synthesis iteration (BES) that identifies the leadership influences on valued student outcomes reveals that when school leaders promote and/or...
Topics: Monitoring, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Early Childhood Education, Schools, Parenting, Policy
The summary may be useful for early childhood education services who wish to compare their costs to other services, or to understand how the Ministry of Education interprets the data . It is a relatively technical report for services that want more detail about the process. In June and July 2006 the Ministry of Education conducted the Survey of Operational Costs of Early Childhood providers....
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Early Childhood Education, Parenting, Children
This report provides the summary results of the 2008 Survey of Operating Costs for early childhood education (ECE) services.
This report presents results from the 2011 Survey of Income, Expenditure and Fees of ECE Services. It provides information on average costs of providing ECE services, and the main drivers of these costs. It provides new information on average parental charges, and how much of services costs are met by government and how much are met through private sources. It also looks at the extent of...
2013 Annual Evaluation Report for the Teach First NZ programme pilot delivered in partnership with the University of Auckland
Topics: Evaluation, Employment & Labour, Teachers, Schools, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Policy, Innovation
This evaluation’s main purpose is to understand how well the programme has been implemented and to what extent it has achieved its objectives. The key evaluation questions are:How well (effectively and efficiently) has the programme been implemented?To what extent has the programme achieved its overall outcomes and objectives?To answer the evaluation questions the evaluators developed a set...
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Early Childhood Education, Teachers, Schools
This report presents results from the 2013 Survey of Income, Expenditure and Fees (SIEF) at ECE Services. This survey collected information on the costs, income, assets and liabilities, fees and voluntary work and is comparable to the 2011 SIEF. The cost drivers surveys were also carried out in 2005, 2006 and 2008.
This report includes information on students: choice of provider, qualifications taken, and other important characteristics of people undertaking tertiary education study.
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