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Topics: Monitoring, Education & Training, Pedagogy, Teachers, Schools, Tertiary Education, Population Shifts
This brief presents the first analysis of the New Zealand TALIS data and concentrates on teacher and principal demographics. We are continuing our analysis of TALIS data, and will publish further information on topics such as teacher beliefs and practices and the role of school leaders. 34 countries and economies participated in TALIS 2013 and are included in the TALIS averages reported here....
Topics: Monitoring, Education & Training, Pedagogy, Schools, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Policy, Children, Pacific People, Youth
The Pasifika Education Plan 2013-2017 (the PEP) provides a strategic direction for improving education outcomes for Pasifika peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand. This monitoring report provides a national and regional picture of how Pasifika learners are progressing as the PEP is implemented. It gives us an idea of what level of progress is needed to achieve the PEP's goals and targets by 2017....
17 Jun 2015
Profile and Trends 2014: New Zealand's Annual Tertiary Education Enrolments is the first of six new annual reports that, together, constitute Ministry of Education's annual publication Profile and Trends: New Zealand's Tertiary Education Sector.
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...
What we get for what we spend: Inputs, outputs and outcomes of the Government's tertiary education expenditure 2004-2013
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Education & Training, Teachers, Schools, Tertiary Education, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Policy
This report synthesises the inputs, outputs and outcomes of the Government's tertiary education expenditure over the period 2004-2013 in the five largest tertiary education funds. In total, these funds distributed over $4 billion to providers and students in 2013.
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Employment & Labour, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Income & Wealth, Community Education, Education & Training, Schools, Tertiary Education, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Policy
This paper describes an investigation into apprenticeship-type training programmes offered by tertiary education institutions. Most people who qualify for a trade do so via the industry training system, in an in-work and off-job training arrangement organised through an industry training organisation (ITO). Some polytechnics and institutes of technology (ITPs) also offer workplace-based...
Topics: International Research, Employment & Labour, Education & Training, Pedagogy, E-Learning, Policy, Labour force
This report gives an overview of the literature relating to e-learning in workplaces in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
This research looked at current practice in environmental education in New Zealand schools using a range of methods. Three key goals of the research were to: analyse and present characteristics of environmental education practice in New Zealand schools to inform schools' environmental education programmes and practices; provide direction for the Ministry of Education and Government...
This report analyses the impact of Te Kotahitanga Phase 5 on Māori student achievement and wellbeing and explores the design and implementation features that enabled such accelerated improvement. It has implications for policy makers, teachers, middle and senior leaders, principals, providers of professional learning, communities, Boards of Trustees, Ministry of Education staff and other...
Intensive Wraparound Service (IWS) model in New Zealand is designed for the small number of children and young people with highly complex and challenging behaviour, social or education needs, including those with an intellectual difficulty. IWS is an ecological approach with students and family and whānau at the centre of the model. IWS supports students and families, and schools, and makes links...
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