Research Record

Publication Details

(Rangahau Matauranga) - Research Division's current projects and list of published research reports.

Information about research and evaluation work undertaken and commissioned by the Research Division of the Ministry of Education. Also available here is a list of current and old publications.

Author(s): Research Division [Ministry of Education]

Date Published: Various

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Current Projects - Assessment

National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) – Wānangatia Te Putanga Tauira

The aim of the National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) - Wānangatia Te Putanga Tauira is to monitor and understand the educational achievement of New Zealand students over time.

NMSSA is a collaboration between the Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) of the University of Otago and the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER), on contract to the Ministry of Education.

The study will monitor a nationally representative sample of students in years 4 and 8 in English-medium schools, using a combination of survey assessments and in-depth assessments. These assessments will cover all learning areas and the key competencies of the New Zealand Curriculum and will provide rigorous comparisons over time. Specific attention will be given to how Māori and Pasifika students are succeeding in English-medium schools, with research also conducted to better understand achievement among students with special learning needs.

The study builds on the strengths of the previous National Education Monitoring Project (NEMP). The programme was fully implemented in 2012 and assessments are undertaken annually in term 3. Science and English: writing were assessed in 2012, mathematics and statistics and health and physical education assessed in 2013 and social studies and English: reading in 2014. The Arts and English: listening and viewing will be covered in 2015 and Technology and Learning Languages, in 2016.

The programme was fully implemented in 2012 and assessments are undertaken annually in term 3. Science and English: writing were assessed in 2012, mathematics and statistics and health and physical education assessed in 2013 and social studies and English: reading in 2014. The Arts and English: listening and viewing will be covered in 2015 and Technology and Learning Languages, in 2016.

July 2012-ongoing
University of Otago and NZCER

Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC)

PIAAC is an international survey of adult skills that measures the skills and competencies needed for individuals to participate in society and for economies to prosper. It will help governments better understand how education and training systems can nurture these skills. It is a collaboration between the OECD, governments, and an international consortium of organisations.

PIAAC measures literacy and numeracy skills consistently with the earlier 2006 Adult Literacy and Life Skills Survey. It also measures problem solving skills. It collects a wide range of educational and work-related information, as well as socio-demographic background information.

A nationally representative sample of at least 5,000 adults aged 16-65 years is selected in each country. Participants normally answer the questions and complete the assessment via computer. Those who report or demonstrate that they are unable to use a computer will be able to take a pencil-and-paper assessment instead. Different participants are given different combinations of the measures, in order to assess a wide range of materials without the survey taking too long for any one person.

New Zealand is participating in a second round of PIAAC together with 8 other countries. This follows round one of PIAAC where 25 countries collected data in 2012/13.New Zealand's data collection took place between April 2014 and February 2015. Results from the second round will be published in May 2016. More information on PIAAC is available on the PIAAC website

July 2012-ongoing
  National Project Manager
Paul Satherley

Research Division, Ministry of Education

Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

PISA is an international study which assesses how well students at age 15 are prepared to meet real-life challenges. PISA is an initiative of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and a collaborative effort of the participating countries.

The aim of the project is to collect data on students' knowledge and skills in reading literacy, mathematical literacy and scientific literacy, as well as background data from participating students at an individual, class and school level. In each three-yearly cycle, one of these subject areas is the main focus, with the other two subject areas being assessed as minor domains. PISA provides a rich source of evidence to inform policy and practice in areas such as literacy and numeracy, and students' capacity to apply their skills.

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2012 (PISA 2012) — fifth cycle: The main focus of PISA 2012 was mathematical literacy. Students completed a two-hour pencil and paper test and a background questionnaire. School principals also completed a questionnaire. In addition, New Zealand participated in the international option of financial literacy. This assessment reports on students' knowledge of financial products, understanding of financial concepts, and their skills, motivation and confidence to apply such knowledge and understanding in order to make effective decisions across a range of financial contexts.

The PISA 2012 Field Trial was administered in schools during May and June 2011 and the Main Study during July and August 2012. 65 countries and economies participated in PISA 2012, including the 34 OECD member countries. In New Zealand, over 5,000 students from 177 schools took part.

The Ministry of Education has released the following publications and reports from the 2012 cycle

  •  What is PISA?
  • Top line results for New Zealand
  • New Zealand summary report
  • New Zealand financial literacy report
  • Series on the Learning Environment, Volumes I-III.

Additional reports on learner factors and maths achievement are in progress. Further information about PISA is available on the PISA page.

February 2010-December 2014
National Project Manager
Kate Lang

Other researchers
Steve May, Saila Cowles, Michell
e Lamy
Research Division, Ministry of Education

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2015 (PISA 2015 )— sixth cycle: The main focus of PISA 2015 is science. Students will be asked to complete a two-hour computer-based assessment and a 30–40 minute questionnaire. PISA will take place between July and September 2015, and the international results and a summary report will be available in December 2016

National Project Managers Steve May and Saila Cowles 

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Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS)

PIRLS is an international study designed to measure trends in reading literacy achievement among middle primary school students. It is run every five years and in New Zealand involves year 5 students. The study is conducted under the auspices of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA).

New Zealand has participated in all three cycles of PIRLS (2001, 2005/06 and 2010/11). The assessment framework, a foundation document which describes the processes of reading comprehension, purposes for reading, and reading behaviours and attitudes to be assessed by the study, is revised and updated for each cycle. As well as providing information on student achievement, PIRLS also examines the home, class and school contexts for reading. The international results are available on the PIRLS website. The Ministry of Education published a technical report with a summary brochure, and an overview of key achievement findings from both PIRLs and TIMSS in 2010/11, which are available on the PIRLS publications page.

2015/16 (PIRLS-2015/16) — fourth cycle: New Zealand has taken part in the three earlier cycles in 2001, 2005/06, and in 2010/11, and will participate again in the fourth cycle. Approximately 50 countries and seven benchmarking participants are taking part. This new cycle will include two new innovations:
* an early foundation literacy assessment for countries where children's reading comprehension is not at a stage to be assessed with the PIRLS materials

* ePIRLS, an assessment of online reading, will assess how middle primary school students read, comprehend, and interpret online information. It will use a simulated internet environment with authentic school-like assignments on science and social studies topics.The field trial for PIRLS will be conducated in New Zealand during late March 2015. The main data collection will also be carried out in New Zealand schools and other Southern Hemisphere countries in late 2015. The data collection in Northern Hemisphere countries is scheduled for April through June 2016.

International reporting is scheduled for December 2017. Further information is available on the PIRLS-2015/16 page.

February 2013-December 2017
National Research Coordinator

Megan Chamberlain

Other researchers:   Saila Cowles, Nicola Marshall, Paul Satherley , Sunita Singh
Research Division, Ministry of Education

Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) 2014

TALIS is an international, large-scale survey that focuses on teachers and teaching, involving over 30 countries. Because TALIS cannot measure teaching effectiveness directly, it looks at themes that are not only policy priorities for participating countries but have also been shown in the research literature to be associated with high quality teaching. Cross-country analyses provide the opportunity to compare countries facing similar challenges to learn about different policy approaches and their impact on the learning environment in schools.

TALIS will produce internationally-comparable statistics on:

  • the way in which teachers' work is recognised, appraised and rewarded
  • the degree to which teachers' professional-development needs are being met
  • the beliefs and attitudes about teaching that teachers bring to the classroom
  • the teaching practices that teachers adopt
  • the role of school leaders and the support that they give teachers
  • the extent to which certain factors may relate to teachers' feelings of job-satisfaction and self-efficacy.

The study is a joint project of participating countries and several agencies including the OECD, the IEA (International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement), and Statistics Canada.
TALIS data collection in New Zealand will take place in November 2014, with about 170 schools and 3500 teachers of students in Years 7-10 participating.

2014
National Project Manager
Debra Taylor
Research Division, Ministry of Education

Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)

TIMSS is an educational research study on student achievement in mathematics and science around the world. It is designed to measure and interpret differences in national educational systems in order to help improve the teaching and learning of mathematics and science worldwide. TIMSS is conducted under the auspices of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA).

TIMSS began in 1994 as the first study in a regular cycle at four-year intervals. TIMSS assesses achievement in mathematics and science at middle primary (year 5) and lower secondary (year 9) levels, and collects background information on student, classroom and school contexts through questionnaires.

As well as providing countries with a snapshot of achievement at each cycle, participation at four-yearly intervals has allowed countries, including New Zealand, to measure trends in achievement by comparing performance across the cycles.

2014/15 (TIMSS-2014/15) — sixth cycle: This cycle involves more than 60 countries around the world. The field trial for both the year 5 and year 9 assessments was conducted in New Zealand in March 2014. The main data collection for both year levels was administered in November 2014 in New Zealand and other Southern Hemisphere countries, while Northern Hemisphere countries are testing at both levels in May 2015. The international results will be available from December 2016.

Additional information about the study is available from the TIMSS webpage and the IEA's TIMSS website.

February 2013-December 2017
National Research Coordinator
Robyn Caygill

Other researchers
Sarah Kirkham, Nicola Marshall
Research Division, Ministry of Education

Current Projects - Curriculum

Monitoring of Reading Recovery data

Schools who implement Reading Recovery are asked to provide information to the Ministry of Education on an annual basis. This information is used to examine trends in the delivery of Reading Recovery and the progress of students, and to assist the Ministry in developing policies regarding literacy. Further information is available on the Reading Recovery page on Education Counts.

Reading Recovery is an early literacy intervention designed to achieve two outcomes:

  1. to accelerate the reading and writing progress of students who have not made expected progress in learning to read and write after one year at school
  2. to identify the small number of students who will need further, ongoing literacy support.
January 1992-onwards
Paula Pope
  
Other researchers
Saila Cowles, Megan Lee
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Resource Teachers of Literacy: annual monitoring

RT:Lits offer specialist assistance to primary and intermediate level school students (mostly 6 to 12-year-olds) with difficulties in reading, written literacy and oral language. This information is used to look at the students who receive RT:Lit support, the progress of those students, and to assist the Ministry in developing policies regarding literacy.
Further information is available on the RTLit page here on Education Counts.

May 2001-onwards
Paula Pope
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Current Projects - Māori Education

Kaiaka Reo – Reo-ā-waha ki te motu. The development of language proficiency progressions in Māori medium education. Further analysis of existing language samples.

The Ministry of Education commissioned an indepth study to make explicit the progress students could be expected to make at the different ages and stages of their reo Māori development and how this could be measured.

The project was 'The development of language proficiency progressions in Māori medium education'.

A limitation of the research identified by the researchers was the small sample size. An increased sample size may provide different results in areas of the study. The researchers recommended that the data that arrived late be analysed.

The purpose of the further analysis of language samples is to strengthen the evidence base which underpins the research findings and in particular the rating scale. The additional language samples will mean more samples at each year level.

July 2013-August 2015
Katarina Edmonds
Hākoni Ltd

Māori Medium Kaiako Survey

In 2011 Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori were made available to kura in Level 1 and Level 2 Māori medium settings who use Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Professional learning and development (PLD) is available to kura to support them to improve their understanding and use of Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori.

The Ministry of Education sought the experiences of kaiako in Māori medium settings about Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori at which time they had been available to kura for almost a year. The Ministry was interested in collecting information about the PLD, confidence in using Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori, making overall judgements and reporting to whānau about student progress and achievement.

A survey was undertaken in late 2011 and is now undertaken annually.

November 2012-onwards
Fred Bishop
Research Division
Ministry of Education

An evaluation of Ka Hikitia - Managing for Success - Māori Education Strategy 2008-2011

To focus the education system on delivering better results for and with Māori learners and their whānau, Cabinet, in 2008, approved Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success, the Māori Education strategy for 2008 through to 2012. The strategy recognises that the system must change and provide these learners with a successful educational experience that captures and affirms their identity, language and culture as Māori, as citizens of New Zealand and the global community.

Early 2011, a mid-term review of Ka Hikitia confirmed the strategy but determined that progress was at a much slower rate than was needed for success to occur and that a step change was required. The review outlined a proposed direction for the remaining two years of the strategy.

The evaluation will determine how well the strategy of Ka Hikitia, including the step change from the mid-term review has improved system performance to ensure that Māori achieve education success as Māori.

February 2012 ongoing
Lisa-Jane Rogers, Ngaire Bennie
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Current Projects - Schools

Evaluation of the Teen Parents in Mainstream Schools Project

Teenage pregnancy and parenting is associated with increased risk of social and economic disadvantage. The Teen Parents in Mainstream Schools Project is a three year project, beginning in term 1, 2014 to provide mainstream schools with additional funding of up to $4,000 per teen parent, per year, to support young women who become pregnant or teen parents (young women and young men) to remain in school and work towards their achievement goals.

The evaluation will look at:

  • The types of support schools are providing for these students
  • How the funding is being used
  •  What support works best
  • Whether students have improved educational outcomes as a result of their involvement

December 2013-June 2017
Sharon Cox and Karen Wong
Research Division
 

National Standards: School sample monitoring and evaluation (2009-2014)

The National Standards School Sample Monitoring and Evaluation (NSSSME) project collects monitoring and evaluation information from a sample of English-medium state schools as they introduce and implement National Standards in reading, writing and mathematics (Years 1-8). The project tracks the progressive impact of the implementation of National Standards in schools over time, so its focus changes as the implementation focus in schools does. The project has been operating since 2010 when the standards were first introduced. It was initially designed as a three year project, but has been extended for an additional two years to continue monitoring key elements of the implementation of National Standards.

December 2009-June 2015
Gill Thomas and Jenny Ward
Maths Technology Ltd

Evaluation of Building of Success – Kia eke Panuku & Te Kākahu

Building on Success is a teacher professional learning and development (PLD) initiative for English medium secondary and area schools to accelerate the achievement of Māori learners as Māori. The aim of Building on Success is to build sector capability and capacity to achieve a transformative and sustainable system-shift to accelerate achievement for Māori learners.

Kia Eke Panuku is the national provision of the PLD. Te Kākahu is an iwi-centric model located in Whanganui which also focuses on building whānau, hapū and iwi capability.

The overall purpose of the evaluation is to determine how effectively and to what extent Building on Success has accelerated the achievement of Māori students as Māori and contributed to the realisation of education outcomes for iwi.

The evaluation will cover the three years over which the PLD is being delivered, and each year will involve interviews with key Ministry staff, PLD providers and facilitators, case studies, a survey of school leaders, an analysis of existing data and document analysis. There will be a report produced for each of the three years, including a final evaluation report.

February 2014-mid-2017
Ngaire Bennie and Fred Bishop
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Evaluation of Partnership Schools | Kura Hourua

The Partnership Schools model allows Partnership Schools to have greater flexibility, in return for stronger accountability for improving educational outcomes.

The evaluation's key aim is to look at how and to what extent the greater freedoms in the model have enabled the schools to develop different and innovative approaches, and what difference this has made to student outcomes. 

The evaluation is about how the model works in practice, based on the experience of the first nine partnership schools. The focus is on the Partnership Schools model rather than the performance of individual schools or students.

Over the course of the evaluation the focus will progressively shift from early operation and implementation to creating the conditions for success and, finally, the achievement of intended outcomes.

May 2014 - December 2017
Martin Jenkins and Associates Limited

Evaluation of Teach First NZ programme pilot delivered in partnership with the University of Auckland 

The Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary Field-based) is a new two-year initial teacher education (ITE) programme, developed by the University of Auckland and the Teach First New Zealand Trust (the Partnership), that recruits highly-qualified university graduates to teach in schools serving lower-decile communities and with high Māori and Pasifika rolls. The programme prioritises hard-to-staff secondary subjects.

The field-based ITE programme is being piloted over four years (2013-2016) with three intakes of up to twenty students (2013, 2014 and 2015). Each participant undertakes field-based training for two years in a host school.

The evaluation's main purpose is to answer two key questions:

  • How well (effectively and efficiently) has the programme been implemented?
  • To what extent has the programme achieved its overall outcomes and objectives?

July 2013 – December 2016
New Zealand Council for Educational Research

Current Projects - Pasifika Education

Ngāue Fakataha ki he Ako 'a e Fānau: Schools and Parents and Families Working Together to Better Understand and Support Pasifika Students' Progress and Achievement at School

The Ngāue Fakataha ki he Ako 'a e Fānau project has involved working with three Auckland primary schools around how they and their Pasifika parents work together to support Pasifika students' learning and progress at school. 

The project has a particular focus on school reporting processes as these are a core mechanism for communicating with parents about students' progress and achievement and for coming together for discussions in support of students' learning. Integral to the school reporting processes is the nature of relationships amongst those involved and for this reason 'relationships' are also a key focus of this project.

The aims of the project, which was designed to encompass both a 'research' (Phase One) and a 'development' phase (Phase Two) were to:

  • investigate the extent to which Pasifika parents and their school currently interact regarding Pasifika students' progress and achievement at school
  • facilitate communication and other processes, on the basis of the information gathered during the project, to help Pasifika parents and their school work effectively together in support of best possible learning and achievement outcomes for students 
  • look at whether processes followed during the project have led to improved communication and understanding between Pasifika parents/families and students and the school, regarding student learning
  • consider how what has been learned throughout the project might help other schools and their Pasifika parents/families and students and contribute to policy-making or other decisions.

Individual school feedback from Phase One of the project was provided to participating schools in late 2013 and followed up with professional development workshops led by the project team in 2014. Further feedback covering Phase Two of the project has also been provided to participating schools. Two published reports on (Phase One and Phase Two) project findings are also due for release in the second half of 2015.

March 2013 to September 2015
Kerry Mitchell
Education Group, Auckland
Dr Lesieli Tongati'o
Shelley Kennedy, Research Division

Current Projects - Special Education

Evaluation of the Christchurch Enabling Good Lives Demonstration

The Enabling Good Lives Demonstration has been established as a working model in Christchurch as a step towards a new approach for providing disability support. Enabling Good Lives enables disabled people to pool the funding they receive from different agencies (Ministries of Education, Health and Social Development) so that they get one lot of funding which they their family and whānau have control of.

The Demonstration was implemented during November 2013 and will run for three years. The Demonstration has started by focusing on school leavers (18 to 21 years old) with high needs and very high needs Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS) funding.

The evaluation is looking at how the Demonstration works to support disabled people to have a good life and what could be improved. The evaluation is being jointly carried out by the Ministries of Education, Health and Social Development.

The evaluation has two phases; formative and summative evaluation. The formative evaluation was completed in July 2014 and the summative evaluation will take place over 2015.

February 2014 – December 2015
Beth Ferguson
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Evaluation of the First Signs Service

The First Signs service involves a newly created Family Whānau Sign Language Facilitator role. The role is intended to address the critical service gap around New Zealand Sign Language support for families with newly identified deaf children.

The Ministry of Education is the initiator of the First Signs service, and is funding the initial service design and service delivery. The Ministry has contracted Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ) to work in partnership to develop and deliver the First Signs service.

An evaluation of the First Signs service is needed to determine: how well the service has been implemented; how well and in what ways the service is working; and what outcomes are being achieved. The First Signs service will be implemented over the next year. The evaluation will take a two-phased approach to coincide with the timing of the implementation of the service and to deliver information in a timely way. The first phase will be formative to inform the service design and implementation and the second phase will be summative, focussing on the outcomes for parents, family and whānau who have used the service.

October 2014 – December 2016
Beth Ferguson
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Evaluation of Positive Behaviour for Learning initiatives 

The Ministry is currently evaluating the following six Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) initiatives:

  • PB4L School-Wide
  • Incredible Years – Teacher
  • Intensive Wraparound Service
  • My FRIENDS Youth Resiliency programme
  • Check & Connect
  • PB4L Restorative Practice 

The evaluations will assess how well the initiatives are supporting schools, services and teachers to provide learning environments or individual support that fosters student engagement and wellbeing. The findings from the evaluations will help build knowledge about the outcomes of the initiatives and models of good practice.

2013 -2018
Beth Ferguson
Research Division
Ministry of Education

Publications

The complete Research Division publication list from 1979 to the present time

Note that the following are published by the Ministry of Education, Wellington. Each reference includes authors, titles and the organisation that authors work for at the time of publication.

The publications are listed in 4 sections:

  1. Research Division Reports.
    In this section reports are in number order. The reports in this listing are from research and evaluation contracts undertaken by external providers to the Ministry, as well as recent reports produced by staff from the Research Division.

  2. Comparative Education Research.
    The publications in this listing are from research studies carried out by the Comparative Education Research Unit prior to 2007, and include New Zealand's participation in large-scale international research projects. Publications are listed in date order. Publications from 2007 are included in the Research Division list above.

  3. Previous Research Unit Research.
    These are publications of research carried out by staff of the Research Unit up until 2001.

  4. Annual Research Reports.
    Until 2001, reports detailing all research activity of the Research Division were published annually. Since then, these lists have instead been made available here on the Ministry's website.

For copies of research publications, please follow one of the following:

  1. Search the publications list. If a publication is on-line, a link is included giving access to download a copy in HTML, PDF or Word format.
  2. If a publication is not downloadable, contact your local library quoting the publication title, author and year of research. Libraries can interloan copies of research publications from the Ministry of Education library. Libraries, institutions or individuals are free to make subsequent copies (under the Copyright Act) of any Ministry publication they currently hold.
  3. The Research Division has limited hard copies of some research publications. Send an e-mail request to research.info@minedu.govt.nz quoting Research Record in the subject line and indicating the title, author and year of the research as well as your mailing address.

Research Division Reports

Reports held onsite by the Research Division

1085. Ward, J. & Thomas, G.(2016). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project, 2010-2014. Dunedin: NZ Maths Technology Ltd.

1084. Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER). (2016). Wānangatia te Putanga Tauira — National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: English: Reading – 2014 Overview. Dunedin: University of Otago and NZCER.

1083. Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER). (2016). Wānangatia te Putanga Tauira — National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: Social Studies – 2014 Overview. Dunedin: University of Otago and NZCER.

1082. Comparative Education Research Unit. (2016). Insights for Teachers: Year 7-10 teachers' self-efficacy and job satisfaction. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

1078. Mitchell, L., Meagher-Lundberg, P., Davison, C., Kara, H., Kalavite, T. (2016). ECE Participation Programme Evaluation: Stage 3. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

1077. Comparative Education Research Unit. (2015). Insights for Teachers: How teachers and principals of Year 7-10 students use their time. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1075. Martin Jenkins & Associates Ltd. (2015). Innovations in Partnership Schools ǀ kura Hourua: First annual interim report. Wellington: Martin, Jenkins & Associates Ltd.

1073. Whatman, J., MacDonald, J., & Stevens, L. (2015). 2014 Annual Evaluation Report for the Teach First NZ Programme Pilot Delivered in Partnership with the University of Auckland. Wellington: NZCER.
1066. Ministry of Education. (2015). Insights for Teachers: New Zealand student self-belief and confidence, and implications for achievement (PISA). Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

1072. Boyd, S., & Felgate, R. (2015)"A positive culture of support": Final report from the evaluation of PB4L School-Wide. Wellington: NZCER.

1071. Burgon, J., Berg, M. & Herdina, N. (2016). Patterns of student progress in the Intensive Wraparound Service. Wellington: NZCER.

1067. MacDonald, J., Bourke, R., Berg, M., & Burgon, J. (2016). "It's, like, trying to make us better people" My FRIENDS Youth final evaluation report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research. 

1066. Ministry of Education. (2015). Insights for Teachers: New Zealand student self-belief and confidence, and implications for achievement. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1065. Ministry of Education. (2015). Insights for Teachers: A profile of teachers who teacher Year 7-10 students and their principals (TALIS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1060. Boyd, S. Hotere-Barnes, A., Tongati'o, L. & MacDonald, J. (2015)."It's Who We Are": Stories of practice and change from PB4L school-wide schools. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

1059. Mitchell, L., Cowie, B., Clarkin-Phillips, J, Davis, K., Glasgow, A, Hatherly, A., Rameka, L., Taylor, L. & Taylor, M. (2015). Case Studies of Assessment Practice: Examples from Continuity of Early Learning and Outcomes in the Early Years. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

1058. Carr, M., Davis, K. & Cowie, B. (2015). Continuity of Early Learning: Learning Progress and Outcomes in the Early Years: Report on the Literature Scan. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

1057. Mitchell, L., Cowie, B., Clarkin-Phillips, J, Davis, K., Glasgow, A, Hatherly, A., Rameka, L., Taylor, L. & Taylor, M. (2015). Continuity of Early Learning: Learning Progress and Outcomes in the Early Years: Overview Report on Data Findings. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato. 

1056. Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER). (2015). Wanangatia te Putanga Tauira — National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: Mathematics and Statistics 2013. Dunedin: University of Otago and NZCER.

1055. Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER). (2015). Wanangatia te Putanga Tauira — National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: Health and Physical Education 2013. Dunedin: University of Otago and NZCER. 

1054. Ward, J. & Thomas, G. (2015). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project, 2010-2013. Dunedin: NZ Maths Technology Ltd. 

1051. Research Division. Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2013. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1050. (2014). Ministry of Education. Monitoring Teacher Supply – 2014. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1049. Whitney, L., May, S. & Lamy, M. (2014).  PISA 2012: New Zealand Financial Literacy Report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1048. Research Division. (2014). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2013. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1047. Boyd, S., Dingle, R., & Herdina, N. (2014).  PB4L School-Wide evaluation: Preliminary findings. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

1046. Martin Jenkins & Associates Ltd. (2014). Resource Teachers Literacy: Operational and Policy Review. Wellington: Martin, Jenkins & Associates Ltd.

1045. Mitchell, L., Meagher-Lundberg, P., Caulcutt, T., Taylor, M., Archard, S., Kara, H., & Paki, V. (2014). ECE Participation Programme Evaluation: Delivery of ECE Participation Initiatives: Stage 2. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato. 

1044. Whatman, J, Cameron, M., Stevens, L. & Spiller, L. (2014). 2013 annual evaluation report for the Teach First NZ programme pilot delivered in partnership with The University of Auckland. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research

1043. Lamy, M. with May, S. (2014). PISA 2012 Series on the Learning Environment, Volume III: Student behaviour. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1042. Lamy, M. with May, S. (2014). PISA 2012 Series on the Learning Environment, Volume II: Delivery of mathematics. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

1041. Lamy, M. with May, S. (2014). PISA 2012 Series on the Learning Environment, Volume I: Opportunities to learn mathematics. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

1040. Spee, K., Oakden, J., Toumu'a, R., Sauni,, P. & Tuagalu, C. (2016). Leadership practices supporting Pasifika student success: De La Salle College case study. Wellington: Judy Oakden Consultancy. 

1039. Spee, K., Oakden, J., Toumu'a, R., Sauni, P. & Tuagalu. (2016). .Upskilling teachers and supporting improvements in Pasifika student achievement — Teacher coaching: an exemplar. Wellington: Judy Oakden Consultancy.

1038. Spee, K., Toumu'a, R., Oakden, J., Saunui, P. & Tuagalu, C. (2016). Leadership practises supporting Pasifika student success: Otahuhu College case study. Wellington: Judy Oakden Consultancy.

1037. Spee, K., Oakden, J. Toumu'a, R. & Tuagalu, C. (2016).. A model of academic mentoring to support: Pasifika families: An exemplar. Wellington: Judy Oakden Consultancy.

1036. Toumu'a, R., Oakden, J. & Sauni, P. (2016). Leadership practices supporting Pasifika student success: McAuley High School case study. Wellington: Judy Oakden Consultancy.

1035. Oakden, J., Toumu'a, R., Sauni, P. & Spee, K. (2016). Evidence-based decision making for Pasifika success in mathematics: An exemplar. Wellington: Judy Oakden Consultancy.

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1033. Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).(2013). Wānangatia te Putanga Tauira — National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: English: Writing 2012. Dunedin: University of Otago. 

1032. Educational Assessment Research Unit (EARU) and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER). (2013).  Wānangatia te Putanga Tauira — National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: Science 2012. Dunedin: University of Otago.

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1028. Cowles, S. (2014). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2012. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1027. Research Division.(2013).  Monitoring Teacher Supply – 2013. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1025. Cowles, S. (2014).  Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2012. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1024. Mitchell, L., Meagher-Lundberg, P., Taylor, M., Caulcutt, T., Kalavite, T. Kara, H., & Paki, V. (2013). ECE Participation Programme Evaluation: Delivery of ECE Participation Initiatives: Baseline report. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

1023. Research Division. (2013). Māori Medium Kaiako Survey. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1022. Ward, J., & Thomas, G.  (2013). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project, 2010-2012. Dunedin: NZ Maths Technology Ltd.

1021. Research Division. (2013). Transitions from early interventions to school-age special education services –an overview of the literature. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

1020. Burgon, J., with Walker, J. (2013). Successful Transitions from early intervention to school-age special education services. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research. www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/special_education/successful-transitions

1017. Chu, C., Glasgow, A., Rimoni, F., Hodis, M., & Meyer, L.H. (2013). An analysis of recent Pasifika education research literature to inform improved outcomes for Pasifika learners. Wellington: Victoria University.

1016. Mauigoa-Tekene, L., Howie, L., & Hagan, Dr. B. (2013). Understanding special education from the perspectives of Pasifika families. Auckland: Manakau Institute of Technology, School of Education.

1014a. Chamberlain, M. (2013). Reading Literacy: A summary of findings from the third cycle of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2010/11. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1014 Chamberlain, M. (2013). PIRLS 2010/11 in New Zealand: An overview of findings from the third cycle of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1013. Chamberlain, M.  with Caygill, R. (2012). Key findings from New Zealand's participation in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) and Trends in International Reading Literacy Study (TIMSS) in 2010/11. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1012. Cowie, B., McGee C., Peter, M., Taylor, M., & Chen, J. (2012). Evaluation of Literacy and Mathematics Additional Learning Programmes for Students 2011. Hamilton: Faculty of Education, University of Waikato.

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1011. Caygill, R., Kirkham, S. & Marshall, N. (2013). Year 9 students' science achievement in 2010/11: New Zealand results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1010a. Caygill, R., Kirkham, S. & Marshall, N. (2013). Key findings from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2010/11: Year 9 mathematics. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1010. Caygill, R., Kirkham, S. & Marshall, N. (2013). Year 9 students' mathematics achievement in 2010/11: New Zealand results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1009a. Caygill, R., Kirkham, S. & Marshall, N. (2013). Key findings from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2010/11: Year 5 science. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1009. Caygill, R., Kirkham, S. & Marshall, N. (2013). Year 5 students' science achievement in 2010/11: New Zealand results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

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1008. Caygill, R., Kirkham, S. & Marshall, N. (2013). Year 5 students' mathematics achievement in 2010/11: New Zealand results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1007. Telford, M. (2013). PISA-09 Reading to learn -  New Zealand's 15-year-olds' reading habits, learning approaches and experiences of teaching practices. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

1006. Telford, M. (2013). PISA 2009 Reading:Workbook. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1005. Wilson, A. & McNaughton, S. (2013). National co-ordination and evaluation of the Secondary Literacy Project (SLP) 2009—2012: Summary report. Auckland: Woolf Fisher Research Centre, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.

1004. McNaughton, S., Wilson, A, Jesson, R., Kuin Lai, M. (2013). Research into the Implementation of the Secondary Literacy Project (SLP) in Schools. Auckland: Woolf Fisher Research Centre, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.

1003. Wilson, A., Jesson, R. (Prof), Rosedale, N, Cockle, V. (2013).  Literacy and language pedagogy within subject areas in years 7–11. Auckland: Woolf Fisher Research Centre, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland. 

1002. Lee, M. (2012). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2011. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

1001. Lee, M. (2012).  Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2011. Wellington: Ministry of Education.  

1000. Edmonds, K, Roberts, N, Keegan, P, Houia, W, & Dale, H. Kaiaka Reo: reo-a-waha kit e motu: The development of Maori oral language proficiency progressions. Hamilton: Hakoni Ltd.

999. Research Division. (2012). Nga Whanaketanga Rumaki Maori: Kaiako Survey. Wellington: Ministry of Education.  

998. Matamua, R. (2012).  Evaluation of Whakapiki i te Reo: A professional development programme for kaiako in Level 1 and Level 2 Maori-medium settings. Rotorua: Kahukura Consultants. 

997. Bolstad, R. (2012). Participating and contributing? The role of school and community in supporting civic and citizenship education. New Zealand results from the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) and the Ministry of Education.

996. Ward, J., & Thomas, G. (2012). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project, 2011. Dunedin: NZ Maths Technology Ltd.

995. Lee, M. (2012). Monitoring Teacher Supply 2012. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

994. Bolstad, R. & Gilbert, J., with McDowall, S., Bull, A., Boyd, S., & Hipkins, R. (2012). Supporting future-oriented learning and teaching. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).  

993. Hipkins, R. (2012). New Zealand students' intentions towards participation in democratic processes. New Zealand results from the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) and the Ministry of Education.

992. Kirkham, S. (2012). Digital readers at age 15: Results from the PISA 2009 Electronic Reading Assessment. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

991. Pasifika Research Priorities Working Group. Pasifika Education Research Priorities: Using research to realise the vision of the Pasifika Education Plan. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

990. Lee, M. (2012). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2010. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

989. Ham, V, Cathro, G, Winter, M. & Winter, J. (2012). Evaluative study of co-located schools established following the Christchurch earthquake. Christchurch: CORE Education.

988a. Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Wearmouth, J., Peter, M., & Clapham, S. (2012). Te Kotahitanga: Maintaining, replicating and sustaining change: Appendices for the report for phase 3 and phase 4 schools: 2007-2010. Hamilton: Faculty of Education, University of Waikato.

988. Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Wearmouth, J., Peter, M., & Clapham, S. (2012). Te Kotahitanga: Maintaining, replicating and sustaining change: Report for phase 3 and phase 4 schools: 2007-2010. Hamilton: Faculty of Education, University of Waikato.

987. Satherley, P. (2011). What do our students think about New Zealand, democracy and freedom? New Zealand results from the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

986. Lee, M. (2011). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2010. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

985. Thomas, G., & Thomas, J. (2012). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring and Evaluation Project, 2010 – Survey of Parents and Whānau, March 2011. Dunedin: NZ Maths Technology Ltd.  

984. Kennedy, S. (2011). Learning more about Support Staff in Schools: results from surveys of principals and support staff members. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

983. Hōhepa, M. (2011). Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori: Te reo Research Project. Hamilton: Faculty of Education, The University of Waikato.

982. Kāhui Tautoko Consulting Ltd. (2011). Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori: Analaysis of feedback from Readiness Workshops. Kāhui Tautoko Consulting Ltd.

981. Wylie, C., & Hodgen, E. (2011). Forming Adulthood: past, present and future in the experiences and views of the Competent Learners @ 20. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).

980. Patterson, L. (2011). CL@20—Tracks to Adulthood: Post-school experiences of NZ 21-year-olds. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).

979. Wylie, C. (2011). CL@20 study: summary of key findings. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).

978. Kirkham, S. (2011). PISA 2009—Digital Readers at age 15:An overview of the PISA 2009 Electronic Reading Assessment. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

977. Lee, M. (2011). Monitoring Teacher Supply:2011. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

976. Thomas, G., & Ward, J. (2011). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project, 2010. Dunedin: NZ Maths Technology Ltd.

975. Caygill, R. (2011). TIMSS 2006/07 – Strengths and weaknesses in mathematics items for New Zealand Year 5 students. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

974. Ngārewa Hāwera. (2011). Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori: Pāngarau Research Project. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

973. Mitchell, L., Meagher-Lundberg, P., Mara, D., Cubey, P., & Whitford, M. (2011). Locality-based evaluation of Pathways to the Future—Ngā Huarahi Arataki. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research. The University of Waikato.

972. Caygill, R. (2011). TIMSS 2006/07 – Strengths and weaknesses in science items for New Zealand Year 5 students.Wellington: Ministry of Education.

971. Lee, M. (2011). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2009. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

970. Hipkins, R. Cowie, B. Boyd, S. Keown, P. & McGee, C. Curriculum Implementation Exploratory Studies 2: Final Report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) and Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

969. Ward, L. (PhD) & Henderson, A. with Quigley and Watts Ltd. An Evaluation of Network Learning Communities: Technical Report. Wellington: CYPERUS.

968a. Ward, L. An Evaluation of Network Learning Communities: Summary Report. Wellington: CYPERUS.

968. Ward, L.  & Henderson, A. with Quigley and Watts Ltd. An Evaluation of Network Learning Communities: Main Report. Wellington: CYPERUS.

967. Sankar, M. & Chauvel, F. Provision of School Support Services — an evaluation. Wellington: Martin, Jenkins & Associates Ltd.

966. Education Review Office, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Ministry of Education, New Zealand Teachers Council. OECD Review on Evaluation and Assessment Frameworks for Improving School Outcomes: New Zealand Country Background Report 2010. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

965. Dalli, C., White, J., Rockel, J., & Duhn, I., with Buchanan, E., Davidson, S., Ganly, S., Kus, L., & Wang, B. Quality early childhood education for under-two-year-olds: What should it look like? A literature review. Wellington: Jessie Hetherington Centre for Educational Research, Victoria University.

964. Sinnema, C. (2011). Monitoring & evaluating curriculum implementation: Final evaluation report on the implementation of The New Zealand Curriculum. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Ltd.

963. Schagen, S. (2011). Implementation of the NZ Curriculum: Synthesis of Research and Evaluation. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

962. Telford, M. with May, S. (2010). PISA 2009: Our 21st century learners at age 15. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

961. Lang, K. (2010). What do New Zealand students understand about civic knowledge and citizenship?: Results from the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

960. Maths Technology Ltd. (2010). National Standards: School Sample Monitoring & Evaluation Project. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

959. Lee, M. (2010). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2009. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

958c. Crooks, T., Smith, J., Flockton, L. (2010). NEMP: Mathematics Assessment Results 2009. National Education Monitoring Report 52. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

958b. Smith, J., Crooks, T., Gilmore, A., & White, J. (2010). NEMP: Social Studies Assessment Results 2009. National Education Monitoring Report 51. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

958a. Smith, J., Crooks, T, & Allan, R. (2010). NEMP: Information Skills for Inquiry Learning Assessment Results 2009. National Education Monitoring Report 50. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

957. Loveridge, J. (2010). Involving children and young people in research in educational settings. Wellington: Jessie Hetherington Centre for Educational Research, Victoria University.

956. Peters, S. (2010). Literature Review: Transition from Early Childhood Education to School. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research (WMIER) School of Education – The University of Waikato. 

955a. Meyer, L., Penetito, W., Hynds, A., Savage, C., Hindle, R., & Sleeter, C. (2010). Evaluation of Te Kotahitanga 2004-2008: Summary Report. Wellington: Jessie Hetherington Centre for Educational Research, Victoria University.

955. Meyer, L., Penetito, W., Hynds, A., Savage, C., Hindle, R., & Sleeter, C. (2010). Evaluation of Te Kotahitanga: 2004-2008. Wellington: Jessie Hetherington Centre for Educational Research, Victoria University.

954. Tākao, N., Grennell, D., McKegg, K., & Wehipeihana, N. (2010). Te piko o te māhuri: The key attributes of successful Kura Kaupapa Māori. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

953. Tākao, N., Grennell, D., McKegg, K., & Wehipeihana, N. (2010). Te piko o te māhuri: ngā āhuatanga matua o te kura kaupapa Māori whai angitu. Wellington: Ministry of Education. 

952. Caygill, R., Lang, K., & Cowles, S. (2010). The classroom context for year 5 students' mathematics and science achievement in 2006: New Zealand results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

951. Parr, J., & Ward, L. (2010). Laptops for Teachers: An evaluation of the TELA scheme in Auckland schools. Auckland: The University of Auckland.

950. McDowall, S. (2010). Literacy teaching and learning in e-Learning contexts. Christchurch: CORE Education and Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

949. Lee, M. (2010). Monitoring Teacher Supply 2010. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

948. Wright, N. (2010). e-Learning & implications for New Zealand schools: A literature review. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research (WMIER) School of Education, The University of Waikato.

947a. Eames, C., Roberts, J., Cooper, G., & Hipkins, R. (2010). Education for Sustainability in New Zealand Schools: An evaluation of three professional development programmes. Hamilton: The University of Waikato and Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

947. Eames, C., Roberts, J., Cooper, G., & Hipkins, R. (2010). Education for Sustainability in New Zealand Schools: An evaluation of three professional development programmes: Summary. Hamilton: The University of Waikato and Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research. 

946. Cowie, B., Jones, A., & Harlow, A., with Forret, M. (2010). Laptops for Teachers: An evaluation of the TELA scheme in schools (Years 1-3). Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

945. Cowie, B., Jones, A., & Harlow, A., with Forret, M., McGee, C., & Miller, T. (2010). Laptops for Teachers: An evaluation of the TELA scheme in schools (Years 4-6). Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

944. Airini, Anae, M., & Mila-Schaaf, K., with Coxon, E., Mara, D., & Sanga, K. (2010). Teu Le Va – Relationships across research and policy in Pasifika education. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Ltd.

943. Pratt, K., Lai, K-W., & Trewern, A. with Concannon, F., & Sutton, H. (2010). Laptops for Teachers: An evaluation of the TELA scheme in Otago schools. Dunedin: University of Otago, College of Education.

942. Sahin, S., & Ham, V. (2010). Outcomes for teachers and students in the ICT PD School Clusters programme: 2006-2008 – A national overview. Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

941. Lee, M. (2010). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2008. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

940. Gibbs, R., & Poskitt, J. (2010). Student Engagement in the Middle Years of Schooling (Years 7-10): A Literature Review. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

939. Research Division. (2010). Easing the Transition from Primary to Secondary Schooling: Helpful information for schools to consider. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

938. Riley, T., & Moltzen, R. (2010). Enhancing and igniting talent development initiatives: research to determine effectiveness. Palmerston North: Massey University.

937. Telford, M. (2010). PISA 2006: Scientific Literacy - How ready are our 15-year-olds for tomorrow's world? Wellington: Ministry of Education.

936. Tiakiwai, S-J, & Tiakiwai, H. (2010). A Literature Review focused on Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) and e-Learning in the Context of Te Reo Māori and Kaupapa Māori. Tāneatua: Kiore Enterprises Ltd.

935. Durling, N., Ng, L., & Bishop, P. (2010). The education of students in Years 7 to 10: Summary Report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

934. Durling, N., Ng, L., & Bishop, P. (2010). The education of students in Years 7 to 10. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

933. Amituani-Tola, M., McNaughton, S., Lai, M.K., & Airini with Turner, R., Widdowson, D., McClue, R., Hsiao, S., & Pale, M. (2010). Ua Aoina le Manogi o le Lolo: Pasifika Schooling Improvement Research - Technical Report. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

932. Amituani-Tola, M., McNaughton, S., Lai, M.K., & Airini. (2010). Ua Aoina le Manogi o le Lolo: Pasifika Schooling Improvement Research - Summary Report. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

931. Caygill, R., Lang, K., & Cowles, S. (2010). The school context for year 5 students' mathematics and science achievement in 2006: New Zealand results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

930. Cowie, B., Hipkins, R., Boyd, S., Bull, A., Keown, P., McGee, C., with Cooper, B., Ferrier-Kerr, J., Hume, A., McKim, A., Moreland, J, Morrison, M., Bolstad, R., Spiller, L., Taylor, M., & Yates, R. (2009). Curriculum Implementation Exploratory Studies: Final Report. Wellington: NZCER and Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, The University of Waikato.

929. Lee, M. (2009). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2008. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

928c. Crooks, T., Smith, J., & Flockton, L. (2009). NEMP: Reading and Speaking Assessment Results 2008. National Education Monitoring Report 49. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

928b. Smith, J., Crooks, T., & Allan, R. (2009). NEMP: Aspects of Technology Assessment Results 2008. National Education Monitoring Report 48. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

928a. Crooks, T., Smith, J., & White, J. (2009). NEMP: Music Assessment Results 2008. National Education Monitoring Report 47. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

927. Satherley, P., & Lawes, E. (2009). The Adult Literacy and Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Numeracy Skills and Education in New Zealand & Australia. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

926. IEA. (2009). Released test booklets and companion scoring guides. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

925b. Lawes, E., & Satherley, P. (2009). The Adult Literacy and Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Maori Report – Further Investigation. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

925a. Lawes, E., & Satherley, P. (2009). The Adult Literacy and Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Maori Report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

924b. Lawes, E. (2009). The Adult Literacy and Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Pasifika Report – Further Investigation. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

924a. Lawes, E. (2009). The Adult Literacy and Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Pasifika Report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

923. Lee., M. (2009). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2007. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

922. Research Division. (2009). A Focus on Science Achievement and Engagement. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

921. Ham, V. (2009). Outcomes for Teachers & Students in the ICT PD School Clusters Programme: 2005-2007—A national overview. Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

920. Ng, L. & Lee., M. (2009). Monitoring Teacher Supply: Survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2009 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

919. Schagen, I., & Hodgen, E. (2009). How Much Difference Does It Make? Notes on Understanding, Using, and Calculating Effect Sizes for Schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education and NZCER.

918. Sankar, M. (2008). Evaluation of the Inservice Teacher Education Practice Project (INSTEP). Wellington: Martin, Jenkins & Associates Ltd.

916. Caygill, R., & Kirkham, S. (2008). Trends in Year 5 achievement 1994 to 2006: Key findings from New Zealand's participation in the Trends in International Mathematics & Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

915. Caygill, R., & Kirkham, S. (2008). Trends in Year 5 mathematics achievement 1994 to 2006: New Zealand results from three cycles of the Trends in International Mathematics & Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

914. Caygill, R. (2008). Trends in Year 5 science achievement 1994 to 2006: New Zealand results from three cycles of the Trends in International Mathematics & Science Study (TIMSS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

913a. Dinham, S., & Rowe, K. (2009). Teaching & Learning in Middle Schooling: A review of the literature. Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research.

913. Research Division, Ministry of Education. (2009). Teaching & Learning in Middle Schooling: A Review of the Literature. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

912. Wylie, C., Hodgen, E., Hipkins, R., & Vaughan, K. (2009). Competent Learners on the Edge of Adulthood: A summary of key findings from the Competent Learners @ 16 project. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

911. Wylie, C., & Hodgen, E. (2009). CL @ 16: Transition to Secondary School – Does it affect age-16 performance? Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

910. Vaughan, K. (2009). CL @ 16: Student Perspectives on Leaving School, Pathways & Careers. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

909c. Smith, J., Crooks, T., Flockton, L., & White, J. (2008). NEMP: Graphs, Tables & Maps Assessment Results 2007. National Education Monitoring Report 46. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

909b. Smith, J., Crooks, T., & Flockton, L. (2008). NEMP: Visual Arts Assessment Results 2007. National Education Monitoring Report 45. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

909a. Crooks, T., Smith, J., & Flockton, L. (2008). NEMP: Science Assessment Results 2007. National Education Monitoring Report 44. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.
908a. Research Division. (2009).PIRLS 2005/2006 in New Zealand: A summary of national findings from the second cycle of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

908. Chamberlain, M. . (2009). PIRLS 2005/2006 in New Zealand: An overview of national findings from the second cycle of the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

907. Froese, N. (2008). Early Effects of Free Early Childhood Education. Wellington: Martin, Jenkins & Associates Ltd.

906. Lee, M. (2008). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2007. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

905. Satherley, P., & Lawes, E. (2008). The Adult Literacy & Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Age & Literacy. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

904. Satherley, P., & Lawes, E. (2008). The Adult Literacy & Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Gender, Ethnicity & Literacy. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

903. Research Division. (2008). A Study of Students' Transition from Primary to Secondary Schooling. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

902. Hodgen, E. (2009). CL @ 16: Technical report with On the edge of adulthood: young people's school and out-of-school experiences at 16. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

901. Wylie, C, Hipkins, R & Hodgen, E. (2009). CL @ 16: On the edge of adulthood: young people's school and out-of-school experiences at 16. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

900. Mitchell, L., & Hodgen, E. (2008). Locality-based evaluation of Pathways to the Future—Ngā Huarahi Arataki: Phase 1 report. Wellington: New Zealand Council of Educational Research.

899. Caygill, R., & Sok, S. (2008). School context of science achievement - how ready are our 15-year-olds. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

898. Caygill, R. (2008). Student attitudes to and engagement with science - how ready are our 15-year-olds for tomorrow's world? Wellington: Ministry of Education.

897. Marshall, N., Caygill, R., & May, S. (2008). Reading literacy - how ready are our 15-year-olds for tomorrow's world? Wellington: Ministry of Education.

896. Caygill, R., Marshall, N., & May S. (2008). Mathematical literacy - how ready are our 15-year-olds for tomorrow's world? Wellington: Ministry of Education.

895. Ingrey, M. (2008). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: Final Integrated Report (Nielsen/NetRatings). Auckland: Nielsen/NetRatings.

894. Trewern, A., & Wenmoth, D. (2008). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: Final Integrated Report (CORE Education Ltd). Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

893. Ingrey, M., & Marlow, T. (2008). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: Studyit (Nielsen/NetRatings). Auckland: Nielsen/NetRatings.  See 917 for updated version.

892. Trewern, A., & Wenmoth, D. (2008). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: Studyit (CORE Education Ltd). Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

891. Ingrey, M., & Marlow, T. (2008). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: WickEd (Nielsen/NetRatings). Auckland: Nielsen/NetRatings.

890. Trewern, A., & Wenmoth, D. (2008). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: WickEd (CORE Education Ltd). Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

889. Kane, R.G. (2008). Perceptions of Teachers & Teaching: A focus on early childhood education. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

888. Ng, Lisa. Monitoring Teacher Supply: Survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2008 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

887. Bruce Ferguson, P., Gorinski, R., Wendt Samu, T., & Mara, D. (2008). Literature Review on the experiences of Pasifika learners in the classroom. Wellington: New Zealand Council of Educational Research.

886. Mitchell, L., Wylie, C., & Carr, M. (2008). Appendices - Outcomes of Early Childhood Education: Literature Review. Wellington: New Zealand Council of Educational Research.

885. Mitchell, L., Wylie, C., & Carr, M. (2008). Outcomes of Early Childhood Education: Literature Review. Wellington: New Zealand Council of Educational Research.

884. Bull, A., Brooking, K., & Campbell, R. (2008). Successful Home-School Partnerships. Wellington: New Zealand Council of Educational Research.

883. Satherley, P., Lawes, E., & Sok, S. (2008). The Adult Literacy & Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Education, Work and Literacy. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

882. Cox, S., & Kennedy, S. (2008). Students' Achievement as they Transition from Primary to Secondary Schooling. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

881. Kennedy, S., & Cox, S. (2008). The Case of Emily: A focus on students as they transition from primary to secondary schooling. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

880. Cowie, B., Jones, A., & Harlow, A., with Forret, M., McGee, C., & Miller, T. (2008). TELA: Laptops for Teachers Evaluation: Final Report Year 7 & 8. The University of Waikato, Centre for Science & Technology Education Research (CSTER), & Wilf Malcolm Institute of Education Research (WMIER) School of Education.

879. Cowie, B., Jones, A., Harlow, A., McGee, C., Cooper, B., Forret, M., Miller, T., & Gardiner, B. (2008). TELA: Laptops for Teachers Evaluation: Final Report Year 9-13. The University of Waikato, Centre for Science & Technology Education Research (CSTER), Wilf Malcolm Institute of Education Research (WMIER) School of Education, & New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

878. Ham, V. (2008). National Trends in the ICT PD School Cluster programme 2004-2006. Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

877. Mitchell L., Royal Tangaere, A., Mara, D. & Wylie, C. (2008). Locality-based evaluation of Pathways to the Future — Ngā Huarahi Arataki. Wellington: NZCER and Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust.

876. Satherley, P., Lawes, E., & Sok, S. (2008). The Adult Literacy & Life Skills (ALL) Survey: Overview and International Comparisons. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

875. King, J. (2008). Evaluation of the Sustainability of ECE Services During the Implementation of Pathways to the Future – Ngā Huarahi Arataki. Auckland: Health Outcomes International.

874. Ministry of Education. (2007). Reading Literacy in New Zealand: PIRLS 2005/2006 – a summary of findings for New Zealand. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

873. Telford, M., & Caygill, R. (2007). PISA 2006: How ready are our 15-year-olds for tomorrow's world? Wellington: Ministry of Education.

872. Chamberlain, M. (2007). Reading Literacy in New Zealand: An overview of New Zealand's results from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2005/2006. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

871. Ng, L. (2007). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2006. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

870. Bennie, N., & Ng, L. (2007). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2005. Wellington: Ministry of

869. McDowall, S., Cameron, M., Dingle, R., with Gilmore, A., & MacGibbon, L. (2007). Evaluation of the Literacy Professional Development Project. Wellington: NZCER with University of Canterbury.

868. Satherley, P., & Lawes, E. (2007). The Adult Literacy & Life Skills (ALL) Survey: An Introduction. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

867. Gorinski, R., & Fraser, C. (2007). From Targeting Problems to Tailoring Potential: the Wairoa West Cluster schools success strategy. RMG Consultancy Ltd.

866a. Crooks, T., Flockton, L., Smith, J., & Smith, L.F. (2007). NEMP: Listening and Viewing Assessment Results 2006. National Education Monitoring Report 39. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

866b. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2007). NEMP: Health & Physical Education Assessment Results 2006. National Education Monitoring Report 40. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

866c. Crooks, T., Flockton, L., & White, J. (2007). NEMP: Writing Assessment Results 2006. National Education Monitoring Report 41. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit. 

865. Kalafatelis, E., & Fryer, K. (2007). Second Language Acquisition for English-medium Secondary Te Reo Māori Teachers – Evaluation of the PD Pilot Programme.

864. Research Division. (2009). Student learning approaches for  tomorrow's world - Results of New Zealand 15-year-olds in the 2003 PISA study. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

863. Research Division. (2009). Reading skills for tomorrow's  world - Results of New Zealand's 15-year-olds in the 2003 PISA survey. Wellington: Ministry of  Education.

862. Research Division. (2009). Mathematics skills for tomorrow's  world - Results of New Zealand 15-year-olds in the  2003 PISA  survey. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

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859. D. Wenmoth, P. Coogan, C. Derham-Cole, & J. Gibson (CORE Education Ltd). (2007). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: Any Questions? Christchurch: CORE Education Ltd.

858. Nielsen/NetRatings (2007). Evaluation of student facing web-based services: Any Questions? Nielsen/NetRatings.

857. Hindle, R., Marshall M., Higgins, J., & Tait-McCutcheon, S. (2007). A Study of In-school Facilitation in Two Teacher Professional Development Programmes. Wellington: Victoria University College of Education.

856. Ward, L. (2007). Review of Specialist Classroom Teacher Pilot: case studies report prepared for the Ministry of Education. Wellington: Cognition Consulting.

855. Ng, L. (2007). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2006. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

854. Caygill, R., Sturrock, F. & Chamberlain, M. (2007). Mathematics and Science Achievement in New Zealand: tracking the changes of year 5 students in TIMSS 1994-2002. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

853. Cherrington, S. & Wansbrough, D. (2007). An Evaluation of Ministry of Education Funded Early Childhood Education Professional Development Programmes. Wellington: Victoria University.

852. Education Review Office (2007). School Staffing Improvements: Evaluation of the impact of additional teaching staff provided through the School Staffing Review. Wellington: Education Review Office.

851. Parr, J., Timperley, H., Reddish, P., Jesson, R., & Adams, R. (2007). Literacy Professional Development Project: Identifying Effective Teaching and Professional Development Practices for Enhanced Student Learning. Auckland: School of Education, The University of Auckland.

850. Chamberlain, M. (2007). Mathematics and Science Achievement in New Zealand: Summing up New Zealand's participation in three cycles of TIMSS at Year 9. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

849. Ward, L. (2007). Review of Specialist Classroom Teacher Pilot: report prepared for the Ministry of Education. Wellington: Cognition Consulting.

848. Ward, L. (2007). Review of Specialist Classroom Teacher Pilot: summary report prepared for the Ministry of Education. Wellington: Cognition Consulting.

847. Dixon, R., Widdowson, D., Meagher-Lundber, P., Airini, & McMurchy-Pilkington, C. (2007). Evaluation Of Promoting Early Childhood Education (ECE) Participation Project. Auckland: UniServices.

846. Hodgen, E. (2007). Early childhood education and young adult competencies at age 16: Technical report 2 from the age 16 phase of the longitudinal Competent Children, Competent Learners study. Wellington: NZCER.

845. Hodgen, E. (2007). The continuing contribution of early childhood education to young people's competency levels. Wellington: NZCER.

844. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: A snapshot: Student achievement at a glance. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844b. Satherley, P. (2006). SOIK: The big picture: Student Outcomes Overview 2001-2005. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844c. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: Talk about it: Reading. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844d. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: Talk about it: Writing. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844e. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: Talk about it: Mathematics. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844f. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: asTTle in focus: Reading. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844g. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: asTTle in focus: Writing. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844h. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: asTTle in focus: Mathematics. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844i. Research Division. (2006). SOIK: asTTle in focus: Attitudes to Reading, Writing and Mathematics. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844j. Satherley, P. (2006). He Kete Raraunga: Māori Medium Student Outcome Overview 2001-2005. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844k. Research Division. (2006). He Kete Raraunga: asTTle in focus: Panui. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844l. Research Division. (2006). He Kete Raraunga: asTTle in focus: Tuhituhi. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844m. Research Division. (2006). He Kete Raraunga: asTTle in focus: Pāngarau. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844n. Research Division. (2006). He Kete Raraunga: Talk About It. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

844o. Research Division. (2006). He Kete Raraunga: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). Wellington: Ministry of

843. Rivers, J. (2007). Integrated effective service provision for children and young people with physical disabilities: A summary of two research projects. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

842. Ng, L. (2007). Monitoring Teacher Supply: Survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2007 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

841. Clark, P., MacArthur, J., McDonald, T., Simmons Carlsson, C., & Caswell, P. (2007). Research Project on Integrated Effective Service Provision for Children and Young People with Disabilities: Two Part Research Project. Auckland: UniServices and Dunedin: Donald Beasley.

840. Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Cavanagh, T., & Teddy, L. (2007). Te Kōtahitanga Phase 3 Whānaungatanga: Establishing a Culturally Responsive Pedagogy of Relations in Mainstream Secondary School Classrooms. Hamilton: Māori Education Research, School of Education, University of Waikato and Tauranga: Poutama Pounamu Research & Development Centre.

839. Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Powell, A., & Teddy, L. (2007). Te Kōtahitanga: Improving the Educational Achievement of Māori Students in Mainstream Education – Phase 2: Towards A Whole School Approach. Hamilton: Māori Education Research Institute (MERI), School of Education, University of Waikato and Tauranga: Poutama Pounamu Research & Development Centre.

838. Ng, L. (2007). Attendance, Absence, and Truancy in New Zealand Schools in 2006. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

837. Robertson, J. with Gunn, T.R., Lanumata, T., & Pryor, J. (2007). Parental decision making in relation to the use of Early Childhood Education services. Wellington: Roy McKenzie Centre for the Study of Families, Victoria University of Wellington.

836. Hodgen, E. (2007). Competent Learners @ 16: Competency levels and development over time — Technical report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

835. Wylie, C., & Hodgen, E. (2007). Competent Learners @ 16: Competency levels and development over time. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

834. Ward, L., Weston, B., & Bowker, T. (2007). School ICT Network Infrastructure Upgrade Project: Evaluation of Early Impacts. Wellington: Cognition Consulting.

833. Ministry of Education. (2006). Attendance, Absence, and Truancy in New Zealand Schools in 2006 – preliminary report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

832. Clinton, J., Hattie, J., & Dixon, R. (2007). Evaluation of the Flaxmere Project: When families learn the language of school. Auckland: Centre for Child & Family Policy Research, Faculty of Education, University of Auckland.

831. Rivers, J. (2006). Bilingual Education in Aotearoa/NZ: Key findings from Bilingual/Immersion Education: Indicators of Good Practice. A summary of a research report by S. May, R. Hill and S. Tiakiwai. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

830. Murrow, K., Hammond, K., Kalafatelis, E., Fryer, K., Edwards, H. (2006). Te Reo Māori in the Mainstream Professional Development (PD) Pilot Programmes for Primary School Teachers — An Evaluation. Wellington: Research New Zealand and Aatea Consultants Ltd.

829. Ham, V., Toubat, H., & Williamson-Leadley, S. (2006). National Trends in the ICTPD School Clusters Programme 2003-2005. Christchurch: Core Education Ltd.

828. Ng, L. (2006). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: the Data for 2005. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

827. Lai, K.W., Pratt, K., Anderson, M. & Stigter, J. (2006). Literature Review and Synthesis: Online Communities of Practice. Dunedin: University of Otago, Faculty of Education.

826. Ham, V., Williamson-Leadley, S., & Toubat, H. (2006). National Trends in Teacher Participation in ICTPD Cluster Programmes, 1999-2006: Results from the Baseline Surveys. Christchurch: Core Education Ltd.

825. Mitchell, L., Tangaere, A.R., Mara, D., & Wylie, C. (2006). An Evaluation of Initial Uses and Impact of Equity Funding. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Board.

824a. Flockton, L., Crooks, T., & White, J. (2006). NEMP: Information Skills Assessment Results 2005. National Education Monitoring Report 35. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

824b. Crooks, T., Flockton, L., & Meaney, T. (2006). NEMP: Social Studies Assessment Results 2005. National Education Monitoring Report 36. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

824c. Flockton, L., Crooks, T., Smith, J., & Smith, L.F. (2006). NEMP: Mathematics Assessment Results 2005. National Education Monitoring Report 37. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

823. Hipkins, R., Conner, L., & Neill, A. (2006). Shifting Balances 2: The impact of the NCEA implementation on the teaching of geography and home economics. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

822. Hipkins, R., & Neill, A. (2006). Shifting Balances: The impact of level 1 NCEA on the teaching of mathematics and science. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

821. Neill, A., & Maguire, T. (2006). An Evaluation of the CAS Pilot Project. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

820. Rivers, J. (2006). The Effectiveness of EarlyBird: A Summary of NZ research evaluating an early intervention programme for parents of children with autism spectrum disorders. Auckland: The University of Auckland.

819. Anderson, A., Birkin, C., Seymour, F. & Moore, D. (2006). EarlyBird Evaluation: Final Report. Auckland: The University of Auckland.

818. Holland, C. (2006). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2004. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

817. Hall, D., & Langton, B. (2006). Perceptions of the Status of Teachers. Research Solutions.

816. Rivers, J. (2006). Initial Teacher Education Research Programme: A Summary of Four Studies. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

815. Kane, R.G., & Mallon, M. (2006). Perceptions of Teachers and Teaching. Palmerston North: Massey University.

814. Kane, R.G. (2005). Initial Teacher Education Policy and Practice: Final Report. Palmerston North: Massey University.

813. Cameron, M., & Baker, R. (2004). Research on Initial Teacher Education in New Zealand: 1993-2004: Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

812. Ham, V., with Moeau, P., Williamson-Leadley, S., Toubat, H., & Winter M. (2006). ICTPD Through Three Lenses: An Evaluation of the ICTPD School Clusters Programme 2001-2003. Christchurch: College of Education.

812a. Ham,V. (Edited). (2006). ICTPD Through Three Lenses: An Evaluation of the ICTPD School Clusters Programme 2001-2003: Supplement Action Researcher Reports. Christchurch: College of Education.

811. Paterson G., Mitchell, D., Oettli, P., White, H., Kalavite, T., Harry, K. (2006). Engagement of Key Stakeholder Groups with the Tertiary Education Providers. Hamilton: Waikato Institute of Technology.

810. Ng. L. (2006). Monitoring Teacher Supply: Survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2006 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

809. Ng. L. (2006). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery – The Data for 2004. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

808. Rivers, J. (2006). Growing Independence – A summary of key findings from the Competent Learners @ 14 Project. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

808a. Wylie, C., Ferral, H., Hogen, E., Thompson, J. (2006). Competencies at age 14 and competency development for the Competent Children, Competent Learners study sample. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

808b. Wylie, C., Hodgen, E., Ferral, H. (2006). Completely different or bigger version? Experiences and effects of the transition to secondary school. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

808c. Wylie, C., Hogen, E., Ferral, H., Thompson, J. (2006). Contributions of early childhood education to age – 14 performance. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

808d. Wylie, C., Hipkins, R. (2006). Growing Independence: Competent Learners @ 14. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

808e. Hodgen, E., Ferral, H., Dingle, R. (2006). Technical Report with Growing Independence - Competent Learners at 14. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

807. Gorinski , R., & Fraser, C. (2006). Literature Review on the Effective Engagement of Pasifika Parents & Communities in Education. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

806. McNaughton, S., MacDonald, S., Barber, J., Farry, S., & Woodard, H. (2006). Ngā Taumatua Research on literacy practices and language development (Te Reo) in Years 0-1 in Māori medium classrooms. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

805. Ellis, R., Loewen, S., & Hacker, P. (2005). Evaluation of the Second Language Learning Funding Pool (1999-2003). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

804. Anand, V., & Bennie, N. (2005). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

803. Cosgrove, R., Bishop, F., & Bennie, N. (2005). Attendance, Absence and Truancy in New Zealand Schools in 2004. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

802. Research Division. (2005). Monitoring Teacher Supply: Survey of Staffing in New Zealand Schools at the Beginning of the 2005 School Year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

801. Waiti, P. (2005). KAWM Evaluation of Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Mātauranga. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

800. Gorinski, R. (2005). Pacific Islands School Community Parent Liaison Project Case Study. Tauranga: Pacific Coast Applied Research Centre, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic.

799. Gorinski, R. (2005). Parent Mentoring Initiative Evaluation. Tauranga: Pacific Coast Applied Research Centre, Bay

798. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2005). NEMP: Music Assessment Results 2004. National Education Monitoring Report 32. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit..

798a. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2005). NEMP: Aspects of Technology Assessment Results 2004. National Education Monitoring Report 33. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

798b. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2005). NEMP: Reading and Speaking Assessment Results 2004. National Education Monitoring Report 34. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.

797. Rivers, J., & Rivers, L. (2005). A Summary of the Key Findings of the Evaluations of the Digital Opportunities Pilot Projects (2001-2003). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

797a. Parr, J., & Ward, L. (2005). Digital Opportunities Pilot Project (2001-2003): Evaluation of Project FarNet Learning Communities in the Far North. Auckland: Auckland Uniservices Limited.

797b. Winter, M. (2005). Digital Opportunities Pilot Project (2001-2003): Evaluation of Generation XP. Christchurch: Ultralab South.

797c. Winter, M. (2005). Digital Opportunities Pilot Project (2001-2003): Evaluation of Digitally Boosted Study Support Centres. Christchurch: Ultralab South.

797d. Bolstad, R. (2005). Digital Opportunities Pilot Project (2001-2003): Evaluation of Notebook Valley. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

796. Ellis, R. (2005). Instructed Second Language Acquisition –A Literature Review. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

795. Research Division. (2004). Monitoring Teacher Supply Survey of Staffing in New Zealand Schools at the Beginning of the 2004 School Year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

794. Anand, V., & Bennie, N. (2004). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2002. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

793. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2004). NEMP: Science Assessment Results 2003. National Education Monitoring Report 29. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.  and www.nemp.otago.ac.nz

793a. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2004). NEMP: Visual Arts Assessment Results 2003. National Education Monitoring Report 30. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit. www.nemp.otago.ac.nz

793b. Flockton, L,, & Crooks, T. (2004). NEMP: Graphs, Tables, and Maps Assessment Results 2003. National Education Monitoring Report 31. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Research Unit.  www.nemp.otago.ac.nz

792. Bennie, N. & McGough, S. (2004). Resource Teachers: Literacy – Annual Report 2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

791. Hargraves, H., Leach, L., Naidoo, K., Prebble, T., Suddaby, G. & Zepke, N. (2004). Impact of Student Support Services and Academic Development Programmes on Student Outcomes in Undergraduate Tertiary Study: A Synthesis of the Research. Palmerston North: Massey University.

791a. Hargraves, H., Leach, L., Naidoo, K., Prebble, T., Rivers, J., Suddaby, G. & Zepke, N. (2004). Academic Staff Development: A summary of a synthesis of research on the impact of academic staff development programmes on student outcomes in undergraduate tertiary study. Palmerston North: Massey University.

791b. Hargraves, H., Leach, L., Naidoo, K., Prebble, T., Rivers, J., Suddaby, G. & Zepke, N. (2004). Supporting students in tertiary study: A summary of a synthesis of research on the impact of student support services on student outcomes in undergraduate tertiary study. Palmerston North: Massey University.

790. Bell, A., Berryman, M., Burgess, F., Christensen, I., Davis, K., Farry, S., Foster-Cohen, S., Glynn, T., Hill, R., MacDonald, S., May, S., McNaughton, S., Rau, C., Starks, D., Tagoilelagi-Leota, F., Taumoefolau, M. & van Hees, J. (2004). Language Acquisition Research – Papers presented at a Ministry of Education Forum held in 2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

789. Bevan-Brown, J. (2004). Māori Perspectives of Autistic Spectrum Disorder – Report to the Ministry of Education. Palmerston North: Massey University.

788. Hill, R., May, S. & Tiakiwai, S. (2004). Bilingual/Immersion Education: Indicators Of Good Practice – Final Report to the Ministry of Education. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

787. Ferral, H., Fijn, T., Hodgen, E., Lythe, C., Thompson, J. & Wylie, C. (2004). Competent Children At 12 – A Report To The Ministry Of Education. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

787a. Wylie, C. (2004). Twelve Years Old & Competent – A Summary Report to the Ministry of Education. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

786. Dowden, A., Edwards, H., Fryer, M., Hammond, K., Kalafatelis, E., Murrow, K. & Ryan, N. (2004). An Evaluation of Three Programmes in the Innovations Funding Pool – Cool Schools. Wellington: BRC.

786a. Dowden, A., Edwards, H., Fryer, M., Hammond, K., Kalafatelis, E., Murrow, K. & Ryan, N. (2004). An Evaluation of Three Programmes in the Innovations Funding Pool – Kiwi Can. Wellington: BRC.

786b. Dowden, A., Edwards, H., Fryer, M., Hammond, K., Kalafatelis, E., Murrow, K. & Ryan, N. (2004). An Evaluation of Three Programmes in the Innovations Funding Pool – Tū Tangata. Wellington: BRC.

784. Phillips, G., McNaughton, S.& MacDonald, S. (2002). Picking up the Pace – A Summary. Auckland: University of Auckland.

784a. Phillips, G., McNaughton, S.& MacDonald, S. (2001). Picking up the Pace. Auckland: University of Auckland.

783. Holland, C. & O'Conner, P. (2004). "Like Writing off the Paper": Report on Student Learning in the Arts. Auckland: Auckland College of Education.

782. Aikman, M., Glasswell, K., Irving, E. & Parr, J. (2004). An Evaluation of the Use and Integration of Readymade Commercial Literacy Packages into Classroom Programmes. Auckland: University of Auckland.

781. Murrow, Kathleen & Davies, Di (2004). Evaluation of the Secondary Schools Arts Coordinators Project to support "The Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum". Wellington : Research Division, Ministry of Education.

780. Wylie, C. & Arago-Kempt, V. (2003). Whaia te iti Kahurangi: NZCER evaluation 2004. A report commissioned by Te Runanga o Ngāti Porou and the Ministry of Education in partnership.

779. Riley, T., Bevan-Brown, J., Bicknell, B., Carroll-Lind, J.& Kearney, A. (2004). The extent, nature and effectiveness of planned approaches in New Zealand schools for identifying and providing for gifted and talented students. Palmerston North: Massey University.

779a. Bevan-Brown, J., Bicknell, B., Carroll-Lind, J., Kearney, A. & Riley, T. (2004). Gifted and Talented Education in New Zealand Schools: A summary of research on the extent, nature, and effectiveness of planned approaches in New Zealand schools for identifying and providing for gifted and talented students. Palmerston North: Massey University.

776. Timperley, H., Parr, J. & Higginson, R. (2003). Evaluation of the Literacy Leadership Initiative: The Enhancement Programme 2001. Auckland: University of Auckland.

775. Bradnam, L., Broughton, R., Higgins, J., Hynds, A. & Tuuta, M. (2004). Evaluation of the Te Kauhua Māori Mainstream Pilot Project. Wellington: Wellington College of Education.

774. Cosgrove, R., Bishop, F., & Bennie, N. (2003). Attendance and Absence in New Zealand Schools 2002. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

773. Anand, V., Bennie, N. & Dewar, S. (2003). Resource Teachers of Literacy: Annual Report 2002. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

772. Hohepa, M.& Jenkins, K. (2004). Evaluation of Te Pūtahitanga Mātauranga. Auckland: University of Auckland.

772a. Hohepa, M. & Jenkins, K. (2004). Raising Māori Students' Achievement in Te Taitokerau: A Summary of the Evaluation of Te Pūtahitanga Mātauranga. Auckland: University of Auckland.

771. Bolstad, R., Cowie, B. & Eames, C. (2004). Environmental Education In New Zealand Schools: Research Into Current Practice And Future Possibilities: Volume 1: Summary Of The Research Findings. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Hamilton: University of Waikato.

771a. Baker, R., Barker, M, Bolstad, R. & Keown, P. (2004). Environmental Education In New Zealand Schools: Research Into Current Practice And Future Possibilities: Volume 2: A Review Of National And International Research Literature On Environmental Education Practices. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Hamilton: University of Waikato.

771b. Barker, M., Bolstad, R., Coll, R., Cowie, B., Eames, C., Edwards, R., Harlow, A. & Keown, P. (2004). Environmental Education In New Zealand Schools: Research Into Current Practice And Future Possibilities: Volume 3: A Critical Stocktake Of The Characteristics Of Effective Practice In Environmental Education In New Zealand Schools And Kura Kaupapa Māori. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Hamilton: University of Waikato.

771c. Bolstad, R., Cowie, B., Eames, C., Edwards, R. & Rogers, N. (2004). Environmental Education In New Zealand Schools: Research Into Current Practice And Future Possibilities: Volume 4: Case Studies Of Environmental Education Practice In Eight Schools And Kura Kaupapa Māori. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Hamilton: University of Waikato.

770. Cowie, B., Donaghy, A., Earl, K., Hill, M., Jones, A., Lee, P., McGee, C. & Miller, T. (2004). Curriculum Stocktake: National School Sampling Study – Case Studies Of Schools: Implementation Of National Curriculum. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Hamilton: University of Waikato.

769. Allen, M., Clark, S., Mirams, S., Page, J., Parr , J., Portway, J., Smith, L. & Timperley, H. (2004). AUSAD – Analysis and Use of Student Achievement Data – Final Evaluation Report. Auckland: University of Auckland.

768. Cowie, B., Donaghy, A., Harlow, A., Hill, Jones, A., M., McGee, C. & Miller, T. (2003). Curriculum Stocktake: National School Sampling Study – Teachers' Experiences In curriculum implementation: general curriculum, the arts, and health and physical education. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

767. Beals, F., Cameron, M., Hipkins, R., & Watson, S. (2003). An Evaluation of Professional Development to Support the Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

766. Hipkins, R., Beals, F., Strafford, E., & Tiatia, R. (2003). An Evaluation of Arts Professional Development Online in Support of the Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

765. Cowie, B., Harlow, A., Hill, M., Jones, A., McGee, C., MacKenzie, K., & Miller, T. (2003). Curriculum Stocktake: National School Sampling Study: Teachers' Experiences in Curriculum Implementation: English, Languages, Science and Social Studies. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

764. Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Tiakiwai, S., & Richardson, C. (2003). Te Kōtahitanga: The Experiences of Year 9 and 10 Māori Students in Mainstream Classrooms. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

763. Gibbs, C., & Holt, R. (2003). The Teaching of International Languages in New Zealand Schools in Years 7 and 8: An Evaluation Study. Auckland: Auckland University of Technology.

762. Franken, M. & McComish, J. (2003). Improving English Language Outcomes for Students Receiving ESOL Services in New Zealand Schools, with a Particular Focus on New Immigrants. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

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759. Ham, V., & Wenmorth, D. (2002). Educator's use of the online learning centre (Te Kete Ipurangi) 1999-2001. Christchurch: Christchurch College of Education.

758. Ham, V., Gilmore, A., Kachelhoffer, A., Morrow, A., Moeau, P., & Wenmoth, D. (2002). What makes for effective teacher professional development in ICT? An evaluation of the 23 ICTPD school clusters programme 1999-2001. Christchurch: Christchurch College of Education.

757. Clinton, J. (2003). Thinking Outside the Square: Innovative ways to raise achievement for at risk students. Auckland: Unitec Institute of Technology.

756. Meade, A., PuhiPuhi, H., & Foster Cohen, S. (2003). Pasifika Early Childhood Education: Priorities for Pasifika Early Childhood Education Research. Wellington: Anne Meade Associates.

755. Gravitas Research and Strategy. (2002). Evaluation of Professional Development for Pacific Teachers which Supports the Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum. Wellington: Gravitas Research and Strategy Ltd

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753. Chapman, J., Procknow, J., & Tunmer, B. (2003). Preventing Negative Matthew Effects in At-Risk Readers: A Retrospective Study: final report - Phase IV. Palmerston North: Massey.

752. Chapman, J., Procknow, J., & Tunmer, B. (2003). The Structure of Relationships between Language-Related Factors, Achievement-Related Beliefs, Gender and Beginning Reading Achievement: Final report - Phase II. Palmerston North: Massey.

751. McGee, C., Jones, A., Bishop, R., Cowie, B., Hill, M., Miller, T., Harlow, A., Oliver, D., Tiakiwai, S., & MacKenzie, K. (2002). Curriculum Stocktake: National School Sampling Study - Teachers' Experiences in Curriculum Implementation: General Curriculum, Mathematics and Technology. Hamilton: The University of Waikato.

749. Timperley, H. (2003). The Sustainability of Professional Development in Literacy – Parts One and Two. Auckland: University of Auckland.

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748. McGee, C., Ward, C., Gibbons, J., & Harlow, A. (2004). Transition to Secondary School: A Literature Review. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

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746. Hipkins, R., Bolstad, R., Baker, R., Jones, A., Barker, M., Bell, B., Coll, R., Cooper, B., Forret, M., Harlow, A., Taylor, I., France, B., & Haigh, M. (2002). Curriculum, Learning and Effective Pedagogy: a literature review in science education. Hamilton: University of Waikato; Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research; and Auckland: Auckland College of Education.

745. Boyd, S. (2002). Literature Review for the Evaluation of the Digital Opportunities Projects. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

744. McNaughton, S., Turia, L., Wolfgramm, W., & Tanielu, L. (2001). Pathways over the Transition to School: Studies in Family Literacy Practices and Effective Classroom contexts for Māori and Pasifika Children. Final report. Auckland: Auckland Uniservices Limited.

743. Livingstone, I. (2002). Whanau Toko I Te Ora: A Parenting Skills Programme: Evaluation. Wellington: Chartwell Consultants.

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741. Gaffney, M. (2003). An Evaluation of Ministry of Education Funded Early Childhood Education Professional Development Programmes. Dunedin: Children's Issues Centre Trust.

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739. O'Brien, P., Thesing, A., & Herbert, P. (2001). Alternative Education: Literature Review and Report on Key Informants' Experiences. Auckland: Auckland College of Education.

737. Coxon, E., Anae, M., Mara, D., Wendt-Samu, T., & Finau, C. (2002). Literature Review on Pacific Education Issues. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

736. Mitchell, L.,& Mara, D. (2002). Evaluation of Two ECD Services: Licensing and Chartering Advice and Support; Advice and Support to Licence-Exempt Playgroups. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

735. AC Nielsen (2002). Assessing Student Swimming and Aquatic Skills. Wellington: AC Nielsen.

734. Anderson, A., Fletcher-Flinn, C., Godfrey, R., & Moore, D. (2002). An Evaluation of some programmes for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Auckland: Opportunities, Contingencies and Illusions. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Ltd.

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732. Wylie, C. (2003). A Constellation of Prospects: a review of STAR: the Secondary Tertiary Alignment Resource. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

731. Anderson, P., Lindsey, J., Meiers, M., Monseur, C., & Schulz, W. (2003). An Evaluation of the Technical and Methodological Aspects of the School Entry Assessment Kit. Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research

730. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (2000). Assessment Results for Māori Students. Music Aspects of Technology Reading and Speaking. National Education Monitoring Report 20. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit. www.nemp.otago.ac.nz

729. Gilmore, A. (2001). National Education Monitoring Project - Assessment Resources for Teacher. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Unit for Studies in Educational Evaluation.

728. McDonald, T., Caswell, P., & Penman, M. (2001). Integrated Effective Service Provision for Children and Young People with Physical Disabilities. Dunedin: University of Otago.

727. Auckland UniServices Ltd. (2001). Mapping the Building of Capacity and Capability within the Educational Research Community. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Ltd.

726. Codd, J., Brown, M., Clark, J., McPherson, J., O'Neill, H., O'Neill, J., Waitere-Ang, H., & Zepke, N. (2002). Review of future-focused research on teaching and learning. Palmerston North: Massey University College of Education, Institute for Professional Development and Educational Research.

725. Wylie, C., Thompson, J., & Lythe, C. (2001). Competent Children at 10 – Families, Early Education, and Schools. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

724. Cameron, M., Sinclair, L., Waiti, P. & Wylie, C. (2004). Evaluation of the Introductory Professional Development Programme for Teacher Aides/Kaiāwhina – Supporting Teachers of Students with Special Education Needs. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

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720. Bishop, R., Berryman, M., & Richardson, C. (2001). Teachers Perceptions and Use of Aro Matawai Urunga-ā-Kura (AKA): Suggestions for improvements. Hamilton: School of Education, The University of Waikato.

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705. Higgins, J. (2001). Developing Numeracy: Understanding Place Value. Final report. Wellington: Wellington College of Education.

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660. Jordan, S., & Strathdee, R. (1999). Comprehensive evaluation of Learning Experiences outside the Classroom (L.E.O.T.C.) Programme. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department.

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625a. Bell, B., & Cowie, B. (1997). Formative assessment and science education: Research report of the Learning in Science Project (assessment). Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science, Mathematics, Technology Education Research.

624. Duckworth, S., & Stockwell, W. (1998). 'Drivers of choice' and customer satisfaction with Christchurch secondary schools. Wellington: ACNielsen.

623. Stockwell, W., Duckworth, S., & Hall, K. (1997). Postcompulsory education and training: Barriers to participation. Wellington: ACNielsen.MRL.

622. Wilson, A.G., Houghton, R.M., & Lorgelly, P. K. Developing a school resourcing model: Technical feasibility study. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

621. Houghton, R.M., & Lorgelly, P.K. (1997). Monitoring the Educational Development Initiative at Kaikorai Valley College, Dunedin. Final report. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

620. Evans, Y. (1996). How teachers handle children's stress. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

619. Elley, W.B. (1997). An evaluation of Alan Duff's 'Books In Homes' Programme. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

618. Glynn, T., Berryman, M., Atvars, K., & Harawira, W. (1997). Hei Āwhina Mātua: A home and school behavioural programme. Book 1 & 2. Specialist Education Services: Poutama Pounamu Research and Development Centre.

617. McAlpine, D., Burke, R., Walker, R., & McIlroy, A. (1998). Evaluation of the 1996/1997 District Truancy Services. Palmerston North: Assessment Services.

616. Julian, R. (1998). Evaluation of Learning Experiences outside the Classroom (LEOTC) Programme. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

615. MacGibbon, L., & Julian, R. (1997). An evaluation of the criteria and consensus decision making process: Ongoing resourcing scheme trial — Independent research evaluations. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

614. Julian, R. (1997). An evaluation of ORS application forms: Ongoing resourcing scheme trial — Independent research evaluations. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

613. McAlpine, D., Burke, R., James, L., & Codd, Z. (1997). School based evaluation: Ongoing resourcing scheme trial — Independent research evaluations. Palmerston North: Assessment Services.

612. Campbell, H. (1997). He kete kupu: A basket of words. Palmerston North: Massey University.

611. Burgon, J., Weenink, M., & Aitken, L. (1997). Annual Research Report 1996/1997. Ministry of Education.

610a. Boyd, A. (1997). Parents as First Teachers Pilot Project Evaluation (PAFT): Report on South Auckland area. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

610b. Boyd, A. (1997). Parents as First Teachers Pilot Project Evaluation (PAFT): Report on Whāngarei region. Auckland: Auckland UniServices Limited.

610c. Campbell, K.I., & Silva, P.A. (1997). Parents as First Teachers Pilot Programme Evaluation: Age three assessments.Final report to the Ministry of Education on the Dunedin and Gisborne/East Coast areas. Dunedin: Dunedin MultiDisciplinary Health and Development Research Unit.

610d. Livingstone, I.D. (1998). Parents as First Teachers — Summary report: Evaluation of pilot project. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

610e. Durning, P. (1997). Parents as First Teachers Ko Ngā Mātua Hei Kaiako Tuatahi: Pilot PAFT process report. Dunedin: Royal New Zealand Plunket Society.

610f. Livingstone, I. (1999). Parents as First Teachers: Supplement to the summary report of the evaluation of the pilot project. Report to the Ministry of Education on consolidated cross-site analyses. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

609. McNaughton, S. (1997). Story retelling: A collaborative activity for describing and assessing children's language at school entry — Language assessment. Auckland: Auckland UniServices, Limited.

608. Alton-Lee, A., with McBride, T., Greenslade, M., & Nuthall, G. (1997). Gendered discourses in social studies — Intermediate students' learning and participation during studies of Antarctic work and survival focused on women. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department/Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

607. Lythe, C. (1996). Spreading their wings — Seven hundred and sixty seven parents talk about their children's home and early childhood education experiences. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

606. Nuthall, G., & Alton-Lee, A. (1997). Student learning in the classroom: Understanding learning and teaching Report 3. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department/Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

605. Nash, R., & Harker, R.K. (1997). Progress at school: Final report to the Ministry of Education. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

604. Robb, A., Shanahan, Y., & Lord, B. (1997). Activity based management in NZ tertiary educational institutions. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Accountancy, Finance and Information Systems.

603. Harris, D. (1997). Interactive satellite television evaluation project. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

602. Smith, N. (1995). School progress of children not receiving Reading Recovery: A case study. Auckland: University of Auckland.

601. Houghton, R., Wilson, A., & Piper, R. (1996). Report on the evaluation of Skill Pathways and Skill Enhancement Programmes 1994-1996 summary report. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

Reports not held on site by the Research Division

(Note that reports numbered from 1-600 are no longer held by the Research Division, but are available through Interloan from your Library.)

600. Van der Kaay, M. (1997). Word processing and written composition: An intervention for children with special needs. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

599 . Knight, T. (1996). The village native schools: New Zealand's native/Māori school system, 1867–1969. Their role in the structuring of the political and economic relations of Māori and Pakeha in New Zealand. A local study/special studies resource guide and workbook for form 6 and form 7 history students. Final report. Auckland: University of Auckland, Research Unit for Māori Education, Department of Education.

599a. Knight, T. (1996). The village native schools: New Zealand's native/Māori school system, 1867–1969. Their role in the structuring of the political and economic relations of Māori and Pakeha in New Zealand. A local study/special studies resource guide and workbook for form 6 and form 7 history students: Executive summary. Auckland: University of Auckland, Research Unit for Māori Education, Department of Education.

598a. Crooks, T., & Flockton, L. (1997). Music assessment results 1996. National Education Monitoring Report 4. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit.*

598b. Crooks, T., & Flockton, L. (1997). Technology assessment results 1996. National Education Monitoring Report 5. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit.*

598c. Flockton, L., Crooks, T. (1997). Reading and speaking assessment results 1996. National Education Monitoring Report 6. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit.*

597. Cleary, S. (1997). The school university physics interface: A comparison of secondary school teacher and university instructor perceptions. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

596. Hawk, K. (1997). Technology Development Schools Evaluation: Final Report. Auckland: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre, Albany Campus.

595. Hughes, D., Lauder, H., Dupuis, A., Watson, S., & Strathdee, R. (1996). A question of ethnicity: The meanings of 'New Zealander'. Wellington: Victoria University, Education Department.

594. Hughes, D., Lauder, H., Watson, S., Strathdee, R, Simiyu, I., & Hamlin, J. (1997). School effectiveness: An analysis of differences between nineteen schools on four outcome measures using hierarchical linear modelling. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

593. Chapple, S., Jefferies, R., & Walker, R. (1997). Māori participation and performance in education — A literature review and research programme. Wellington: New Zealand Institute for Economic Research (NZIER).

593a. Else, A. (1998). Summary report: Māori participation and performance in education — A literature review and research programme (Chapple, S., Jefferies, R., & Walker, R.). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

592. Tunmer, W. E., & Chapman, J. W. (1997). An investigation of language related and cognitive-motivational factors in beginning reading achievement. Final report: Phase 1. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

591. Moore, D., Adair, V., Kruiswijk, J., & Lysaght, K. (1997). Eliminating violence in schools evaluation project. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department, Auckland UniServices Limited.

590. Verstappen, P. (1997). Talking about teaching: Professional supervision for primary teachers. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

589. Boyd, S. (1997). Learning by bytes: Computers in the classroom. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

588. Wartmann, S. (1997). Building blocks and barriers: The transition from kindergarten to school for children with special needs. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department.

587. Holton, D., Anderson, J., & Thomas, B. (1997). OPE-N plan for teaching mathematical problem solving. Dunedin: University of Otago, Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

584. Hughes, D., Lauder, H., Watson, S., Hamlin, J., & Simiyu, I. (1996). Markets in education: Testing the polarisation thesis. The Smithfield Project, Phase 2. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

583. Stockwell, W., & Hewitt, S. (1996). Demand for an all girls' school in Mangere. Auckland: MRL Research Group.

582. National Research Bureau Ltd. (1997). Survey of preferred options for intermediate and secondary schooling in the Taita College and the Avalon Intermediate catchment areas. Auckland: Author.

581. National Research Bureau Ltd. (1996). Kura Kaupapa Māori transport assistance survey. Auckland: Author.

580. Ellis, J. (1996). Young children in an interactive science centre. Palmerston North: Massey University.

579a. Crooks, T., & Flockton, L. (1996). Science assessment results 1995. National Education Monitoring Report 1. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit.*

579b. Flockton, L., & Crooks, T. (1996). Art assessment results 1995. National Education Monitoring Report 2. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit.*

579c. Crooks, T., & Flockton, L. (1996). Graphs, tables & maps assessment results 1995. National Education Monitoring Report 3. Dunedin: University of Otago, Educational Assessment Research Unit.*

578. Wilson, A. G., & Houghton, R. (1997). Implementation of the career information and guidance policy in schools: Baseline study. Dunedin: University of Otago, University Consulting Group.

577. Hawk, K., & Hill, J. (with Seabourne, T., Foliaki, K., Tanieulu, L., & Williams, T.) (1996). Towards making achieving cool — Achievement in multi cultural high schools (AIMHI). Auckland: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre, Albany Campus.

576. Wylie, C., Thompson, J., & Kerslake Hendricks, A. (1996). Competent children at 5: Families and early education. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

576a. Thompson, J., Kerslake Hendricks, A., & Wylie, C. (1997). Children's competencies at age 5 in the context of family resources and early childhood education: Volume II Appendices. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

575. Harris, D. (1996). Schools Network Evaluation Phase 2. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

574. Whitney, L., Burgon, J., & Aitken, L. (1996). Annual Research Report: 1995/96. (Ministry of Education, Contract Unit, Research Section).

573. Baragwanath, S. (1996). School age mums — What about their education? Palmerston North: Massey University.

572. Walshaw, M. (1996). The implementation of mathematics in the New Zealand curriculum. Palmerston North: Massey University.

571. Eng, G. (1992). The use of grade related criteria in Sixth Form Certificate English: A comparative study. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

570. Webster, L. & Tangaere, R. B. (1992). The whanau structure as a pedagogical model. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education.

569. Bushnell, P. R. (1992). Using trial graded related criteria in Sixth Form Certificate drama. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

568. Caddick, A. (1992). Ethnic and cultural representation in Schools Journals. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

567. Bushnell, P. (1992). The development of grade-related criteria in Sixth Form Certificate drama. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

566. Dougherty, U. (1993). Bulk funding: Teachers and parents perceptions on the quality of care and education providers by kindergartens. Palmerston North: Massey University.

565. Bridges, S. (1992). Working in Tomorrow's Schools: Effects on primary teachers — a Christchurch study. Christchurch: Canterbury University.

564. Martin, T. (1991). Evaluation of a co-operative reading resource for low progress standard 2 pupils. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department .

563. Thompson, G. (1994). The principal school appraisal system and the ineffective teacher: An indepth study of how the principals in 5 New Zealand schools deal with teacher ineffectiveness. Auckland: University of Auckland.

562. McAlpine, D., & Poskitt, J. (1996). Evaluation of professional development programmes: School management. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

561. Irwin, K. (1996). Understanding decimals. Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland UniServices.

560. Robinson, V. J., Timperley, H. S., & Halliday, J. (1996). Facilitating organisational learning in schools. Report of Phase 3: Organisational learning for self managing schools. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education.

559. McNaughton, S., Parr, J., & Tuhiwai-Smith, L. (1996). Processes of teaching and learning in literacy — writing. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

558. Hill, L. (1996). Census of private training establishments. Auckland: National Research Bureau Ltd.

557. Gaffney, M., & Smith, A. (1997). An evaluation of pilot early childhood professional development programmes to support curriculum implementation. Dunedin: University of Otago, Children's Issues Centre.

556. Hohepa, M., & Tuhiwai-Smith, L. (1996). He Arotakenga Pukapuka — An evaluation of Māori medium Learning Media materials produced by Te Paou Taki Korero. Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland UniServices.

555. Wilson, A., Houghton, R., & Piper, R. (1996). The introduction of bulk funding, including salaries, of kindergartens: Financial and operational impacts for 1992 to 1995. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

554. Sutherland, B., Jacka, S., Peters, M., Smith, L. (1997). Te Kupenga: Children adrift in the truancy crisis. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education, Research Unit for Māori Education.

553. Callen, I. (1996). Belonging Mana Whenua. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

552. Karatea Goddard, D., & Selby, M. (1996). He Arotakenga o Ngaa Hootaka Whakapakari Kaiwhakaako Māori: An evaluation of professional development in Māori education 1995. Otaki: Te Waanaga Raukawa.

551. Overton, A. (1996). Circumstances leading to the suspension of students from Christchurch secondary schools. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

550. McNaughton, S., Afeaki V., & Wolfgramm, E. (1996). Reading strategies for Tongan pre-schoolers. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department, UniServices.

549. Knight, G., & Meyer, D. (1996). Critical factors in the implementation of the New Zealand Mathematics Curriculum. Auckland: Massey University (Albany Campus), Mathematics and Statistics Departments.

548. Atvars, K., Berryman, M., Glynn, T., & Walker, R. (1995). Tatari Tautoko Tauawhi: Evaluation of the delivery of the Tatari Tautoko Tauawhi staff development programme in ten Special Education Service Districts. Wellington: Special Education Service.

547. Harker, R., & Nash, R. (1995). Progress at school phase 2 Vol 2: Analysis of school effects on School Certificate results through the use of hierarchical linear models. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

546. Holton, D., Spicer, T., Thomas, G., & Young, S. (1996). The benefits of problem solving in the learning of mathematics: Final report. Dunedin: University of Otago, Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

545. Smith, A. B., & Barraclough, S. (1996). Young children's conflicts and teachers' perspectives on them. Dunedin: Children's Issues Centre, Ministry of Education.

544. Morris, G. (1996). Risky business: Documenting the student perspective on secondary schooling in New Zealand. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

543. Croft, C., Gilbert, A., Boyd, S., Burgon, J., Dunn, K., Burgess, L., & Reid, N. (1995). Assessment Resource Banks in mathematics and science, transition point – Part 2: Implementation trial. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

542. Burns, J., & Little, M. B. (1995). Tertiary bridging into science technology: An evaluation of the Certech Learning Centre, Massey University. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

541. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. (1995). Careers Information Systems Feasibility Study report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

540. Lauder, H., Hughes, D., Watson, S., Ibraham, S., Strathdee, R., & Waslander, S. (1995). Trading in futures: The nature of choice in educational markets in New Zealand. The Smithfield Project, Phase one. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

539. Renwick, M., & Gray, A. (1996). Implementing the New Zealand Curriculum in primary schools. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

538. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Pacific Island, Wellington. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

537. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Pacific Island, Porirua. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

536. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Pacific Island, Hutt Valley. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

535. Stockwell, W., (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Pacific Island, Waitakere. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

534. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Pacific Island, Manukau. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

533. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Pacific Island, Auckland. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

532. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Māori, Wellington. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

531. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Māori, Porirua. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

530. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Māori, Hutt Valley. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

529. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Māori, Waitakere. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

528. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Māori, Manukau. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

527. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Māori, Auckland. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

526. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Overview report. Wellington: MRL Research Group, November.

525. Stockwell, W. (1995). Māori and Pacific Island language demand for educational services: Overview report with appendices. Wellington: MRL Research Group.

524. Thomson, C., & Rowan, C. (1995). Individual education plans in New Zealand schools. Wellington: Wellington College of Education.

523. Dougherty, U. (1993). Bulk funding: Teachers and parents perceptions of the effects of salary on the quality of care and education provided by kindergartens. Palmerston North: Massey University, Faculty of Education.

522. Syme, P. (1995). Intensive English or mainstream? What is the best provision to make for new learners of English in New Zealand secondary schools? Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

521. Campbell, K., & Silva, P. A. (1995). Parents as First Teachers: 18 month follow up of sub-sample from Dunedin/Gisbourne East Coast areas. Dunedin, University of Otago Medical School.

520. Kirk, J., & Gilmore, A. (1995). Essential skills: Identification, teaching, assessment, and reporting: A literature review. Christchurch, University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

519. Gilmore, A. M., & Absalom, I. (1995). Essential skills in the national curriculum: An exploratory study of what is happening in the classrooms. Christchurch, University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

518. Young-Loveridge, J., Carr, M., & Peters, S. (1995). Enhancing the mathematics of four-year-olds: The EMI-4s study: Volume II: Appendices. Hamilton: University of Waikato, School of Education.

517. Young-Loveridge, J., Carr, M., & Peters, S. (1995). Enhancing the mathematics of four-year-olds: The EMI-4s study: Volume I: Report of findings. Hamilton: University of Waikato, School of Education.

516. Dixon, K., & Edwards, W. (1995). The financial picture emerging from schools in the Teacher Salaries Grant Scheme Trial, A study based on the first two years. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

515. Robinson, V. M. J., Halliday, J., & Timperley, H. (1995). How schools solve complex problems: Report of phase 2: Organisational learning for self managing schools. Auckland: Auckland University, Education Department.

514. Hindmarsh, J. H., & Davies, L. (1995). Adult Learning Pathways: A pilot study in the Wellington region. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington. He Parekereke, Department of Education.

513. Whitney, L., Pickering, G., & Donn, R. (1995). Annual Research Report: 1994–1995. (Ministry of Education, Contract Unit, Research Section).

512. Kelly, P. A. (1995). The effectiveness of professional development courses for secondary teachers. Auckland: Auckland University, Department of Education.

511. Atvars, K., Berryman, M., & Glynn, E. L. (1995). Pause Prompt Praise: Training and evaluation of tutoring procedures for Māori children, reading in English. Tauranga: Special Education Services, Mt Maunganui Intermediate and Dunedin: University of Otago, Education Department.

510. Harland, A., & Swindells, J. (1995). Assessment of Training Opportunities Programme: Survey of employers' opinions. Wellington: AGB McNair.

509. Harland, A., & Swindells, J. (1995). Assessment of Training Opportunities Programme: Survey of TOP trainees — Summary of findings. Wellington: AGB McNair.

508. Houghton, R. (1995). Review of Education Development Initiatives. Dunedin: University of Otago.

507. Ryba, K., & Selby, L. (1995). A study of tertiary level information technology courses: How gender inclusive is the curriculum? Hamilton: The University of Waikato and the Waikato Polytechnic.

506. Meade, A., & Cubey, P. (1995). Competent children and their teachers: Learning about trajectories and other schemas: A report from the action research component of the Competent Children longitudinal research project. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Victoria University of Wellington, Department of Education.

505. National Research Bureau Ltd. (1994, March). Student intentions toward student loan scheme. Auckland: National Research Bureau.

504. Boyd, A., & Dixon, H. (1995). Parents As First Teachers Pilot Project: Northern evaluation team. Auckland: Auckland University, Auckland UniServices Ltd.

503. Hurst, K. A. (1995). Monitoring quality education in early childhood education. Dunedin: University of Otago.

502. Wilson, A. G., Houghton, R. M., Honigberg, V. L., & McAlevey, L. G. (1995). Schools Operation Grant Review Research Project. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

501. Wilson, A. G., & Houghton, R. M. (1995). The introduction of bulk funding, including salaries, of kindergartens: Financial and operational impacts for 1993 and 1994. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

500. McKay, D. R., Rowlands, M., Ballard, K., Smith, K., & Grant, R. (1995). Disability and tertiary education: A study in three settings. Dunedin: University of Otago.

499. Hardie, P. (1995). Student intentions towards the student loan scheme: 1995 Update. Auckland: National Research Bureau Ltd.

498. Heinemann, A. (1995). Careers Information and Guidance Study. Auckland: National Research Bureau Ltd.

497. Hawk, K., & Hill, J. (1994). Evaluation of Teachers Salaries Grant Scheme Trial: The third year. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

496. Atmore, D. (1995). Schools Network Evaluation. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

495. Parr, B. C., & Parr, J. M. (1995). The Tertiary Education Participation Study: An investigation of the plans of seventh formers and their outcomes: Part II. Auckland: Auckland University, Auckland UniServices Ltd.

494. Parr, B. C., & Parr, J. M. (1995). The Tertiary Education Participation Study: An investigation of the plans of seventh formers and their outcomes: Part I. Auckland: Auckland University, Auckland UniServices Ltd.

493. Dixon, K., Coy, D., & Tower, G. (1994). Tertiary Education Institutions' Annual Reports. Palmerston North: Massey University.

492. Smith, A. B. (1995). Working in infant childcare centres: Final research report to Ministry of Education. Dunedin: Otago University.

491. Houghton, R. Muir, J. M., & Wilson, A. G. (1994). Interim report on the evaluation of Skill Pathways and Skill Enhancement Programmes 1994–1996: Phase 1 — 1994 Research. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

490. Joyce, M., & Bishop, R. (1994). Otago plan for Māori education: First edition. Otago: Resource Teachers Māori.

489. Peddie, R. A. (1994). What shall they learn?: Junior secondary school curriculum in New Zealand. Auckland: Auckland University, Auckland UniServices Ltd.

488. Robinson, V. M. J., & Halliday, J. (1994). Statements of service performance and school management. Report of phase one: Organisational learning for self managing schools. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

487. Hall, C. (1994). Exploratory study of assessment aggregation. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, University Teaching Development Centre.

486. Allan, S., & Gibson, D. (1994). Provision of professional development and advisory support services to early childhood centres and group. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

485. Higgins, J. (1994). Promoting mathematical processes in the junior classroom. Wellington: College of Education.

484. Glynn, E. L. (1994). Tatari Tautoko Tauawhi. Dunedin: University of Otago, Education Department.

483. Harland, A., & Marshment, T. (1994). Survey of fees charged by childcare centres. AGB McNair Ltd.

482. Boyd, A., & Dixon, H. (1994). Parents as First Teachers pilot project: Phase three : Northern evaluation team report. Auckland: University of Auckland, Northern Evaluation Unit.

481. Campbell, K., & Silva, P. A. (1993). Parents as First Teachers pilot project evaluation: Report on phase three: Subject recruitment and initial data collection. Dunedin: University of Otago.

480. Khamsengsai, S., Pickering, G., & Whitney, L. (1994). Annual Research Report. Ministry of Education, Contract Research Unit.

479. Hughes, D., & Lauder, H. (1994). The Smithfield Project: Phase One: An overview of research activities. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

478. Lauder, H., Hughes, D., Dupuis, A., & McGlinn, J (1994). To be somebody: Class, gender and the rationality of educational decision-making. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

477. MacKinnon, L. M. (1994). The Canterbury Area Schools' Association Distance Education Project (CASATECH): Evaluation of an Audiographics Exploratory Study. Christchurch: Christchurch Polytechnic, Department of Science and Computing.

476. Carkeek, L., Davies, L., & Irwin, K. (1994). What happens to Māori girls at school?: Final report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

475. Carkeek, L., Davies, L., & Irwin, K. (1994). What happens to Māori girls at school?: Summary report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

474. Edwards, W. L. (1994). Evaluation of Teacher Salaries Grant Scheme Trial: Second interim report: The second year. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

473. Dixon, K., & Edwards, W. L. (1994). The financial picture emerging from in the Teacher Salaries Grant Scheme Trial: A preliminary study based on the first year. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

472. Edwards, W. L. (1994). Evaluation of Teachers Salaries Grant Scheme Trial: The trial in action: Case studies in year two. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

471. Edwards, W. L. (1994). Evaluation of Teachers Salaries Grant Scheme Trial: The Trial in Action Cases: Studies in Year One. Palmerston North: Educational Research and Development Centre.

470. National Research Bureau Ltd. (1994). Telecommunications current use in education and training. Auckland: Author.

469. Houghton, R. M., Muir, J. M., & Wilson, A. G. (1994). School-Industry Links Programme: Evaluation of information brokerage provided by the Careers Service. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

468. Nash, R., & Harker, R. (1994). Progress at School: Stage One: Final Report. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

468a. Nash, R., & Harker, R. (1994). Progress at School Project: Supplementary report to 1994 Phase 1 Report: Preliminary analysis of school effects through the use of hierarchical linear models. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

467. Fowler, M. (1994). Factors influencing choice of secondary School: A case study. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

466. Gordon, L., Boyask, D., & Pear, D. (1994). Governing schools: A comparative analysis. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Policy Research Unit.

465. Parr, J. (1994). Report Evaluation of the Computer Assisted Learning Project at Rutherford High School. Auckland: University of Auckland, Auckland UniServices Ltd.

464. Houghton, R. M., Wilson, A. G., & Honigberg, V. L. (1994). The financial basis of independent schools. Dunedin: University of Otago, University of Otago, Consulting Group.

463. Harland, A., & Marshment, T. (1994). Assessment of the Effectiveness of the Skill Start Scheme. Wellington: AGB McNair Limited.

462. Robinson, V. M., Timperley, H, McNaughton, S., & Parr, J. (1994). The Community-School Collaboration Research Project. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

461. Lauder, H., Hughes, D., Waslander, S., Thrupp, M., McGlinn, J., Newtown, S., & Dupuis, A. (1993). The creation of market competition for education in New Zealand: An empirical analysis of a New Zealand secondary school market, 1990–1993. The Smithfield Project: Phase One. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

460. Gilmore, A. M. (1994). Mathematics and science in the National Curriculum: Evaluation of the teacher development programmes. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department.

459. Thomas, G. (1994). Discussion in junior mathematics: Helping one another learn? Dunedin: Dunedin College of Education.

458. Bird, L., & Willis, D. (1994). Links between learning, assessment, and motivation in fifth form science taught as a modular subject: Final report. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

457. Stewart, D. (1994). Education Development Initiative evaluation: Part 3: Final report. Palmerston North: Massey University, Educational Research and Development Centre.

456. Wilson, A. G., & Houghton, R. M. (1993). Teacher Development Expenditure and Activities in Schools National Study Report. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

455. Young-Loveridge, J. (1993). The effects of early mathematics intervention: The EMI-5s study: Volume II: Appendices. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education Studies.

454. Young-Loveridge, J. (1993). The effects of early mathematics intervention: The EMI-5s study: Volume I: Report of findings. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education Studies.

453. Houghton, R., & Wilson, A. (1993). The introduction of bulk funding, including salaries, of kindergartens: Establishment of 1992 baseline for monitoring. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

452. Kirk, R. (1993). The Alcohol and Drug Programme: An evaluation of its development, uptake and use in New Zealand secondary schools. Wellington: Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand, Health Research and Analytical Services.

451. Lloyd, M. (1993). An evaluation of the impact of broadcast television. Final report on skills for job seekers course, 93/3062. Wellington: CM Research Associates.

450. Renwick, M., & Vize, J. (1993). Windows on teacher education: Student progress through colleges of education and the first year in the classroom: Final report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

449. Peddie, R. (1993). From policy to practice: The implementation of languages policies in Victoria, Australia, and New Zealand. Auckland: University of Auckland.

448. Dingemanse, T. (1993). Factors affecting socio-dramatic play in Christchurch kindergartens. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Education Department.

447. Irons, B. (1993). Appraisal: Worthwhile or ineffective? A case study of the implementation and development of performance appraisal in four New Zealand primary schools. Palmerston North: Massey University.

446. Britt, M., Irwin, K., Ellis, J., & Ritchie, G. (1993). Teacher raising achievement in mathematics: Final report. Auckland: University of Auckland.

445. Atkins, S. G. (1993). Co-operative testing in secondary school sciences. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

444. Hendricks, A., Meade, A., Wylie, C. (1993). Competent children: Influence of early childhood experiences. Pilot study report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Education.

443. Ramsay, P., & Oliver, D. (1993). Teacher quality: A case study prepared for the Ministry of Education as part of the OECD Study on Teacher Quality. Hamilton: University of Waikato, School of Education.

442. Rose, D. (1993). From college to classroom: The acquisition and maintenance of teaching skills. Christchurch: Christchurch College of Education.

441. Mitchell, D., McGee, C., Moltzen, R., & Oliver, D. (1993). Monitoring Today's Schools: Final Report: Hear our voices. Hamilton: University of Waikato. (Available from the University of Waikato).

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439. Buchanan, S. (1993). Development and implementation of professional development programmes in six rural primary schools. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

438. Nightingale, D. (1993). Records of achievement project evaluation. Blenheim: DAN Research

437. Holmes, H., Bishop, R., & Glynn, T. (1992). Tu Mai Kia Tu Ake: Impact of Taha Māori in Otago and Murihiku Schools. Dunedin: University of Otago, Te Ropu Rangahau.

436. Douglas, K. (1993). The impact of bilingual education at Ngaruawahia High School 1987–1991: A portrait. Te Whakamana I te reo ki roto I te kura tuarua a Ngaruawahia. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

435. Heinemann, A. (1993). Survey of caregivers of children under five — Use of ECE services. Auckland: National Research Bureau Limited.

434a. Jones, A., & Carr, M. (1993). Towards technology education (Vol I). Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

434b. Jones, A., & Carr, M. (1993). Learning in Technology Education Project: Analysis of student technological capability (Vol II). Working paper 504. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

434c. Jones, A., Mather, V., & Carr, M. (1993). Issues in the practice of technology education (Vol III). Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

433. Heinemann, A. (1993). Evaluation of parent education broadcast on television (Learning Curves Series). Auckland: National Research Bureau Limited.

432. Durie, A. (1993). Report on the evaluation of the 'Tihe Mauri Ora' teacher development contract. Palmerston North: Massey University.

431. Bell, B., & Pear, J. (1993). The teacher development that occurred. A report of the Learning in Science Project (Teacher development). Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

430. Edwards, W. (1993). Evaluation of Teacher Salaries Grant Scheme Trial: First interim report early experiences. Palmerston North: Massey University, Education Department.

429. Allan, S. (1993). An evaluation of early childhood professional development and advisory support services. Wellington: Environmental Planning and Assessment.

428. Begg, A. J. C. (1993). Professional development of high school mathematics teacher. Final report. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education.

427. Brownie, S. M. (1993). Management perspectives of the second level nurse. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

426. Harrison, M. (1993). Distance education and the primary age pupil. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

425. Broughton, R. (1993). A report on the impact of the Ngarimu VC and 28th Battalion Memorial Scholarship.

424. Houghton, R. M., & Wilson, A. G. (1993). Teacher development expenditure and activities in schools: Scoping study report. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

423. Gilmore, A. M. (1993). Information technology in the classroom twelve months on: Follow-up evaluation of a teacher development programme. Christchurch: Canterbury University, Education Department.

422. Hindmarsh, J. Harre, & Davies, L. (1993). Vote education funding for adult education: Who benefits? Part One: Community organisations. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

421. Brown, D. F. (1993). The development of strategic classrooms in two secondary schools. Waikanae: Brown Thompson Partners.

420. Levett, A., & Crothers, C. (1993). Asking parents: A kitset for secondary schools.

419. McGee, C., Keown, P., Oliver, D., & Mitchell, D. (1993). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 15, national survey of secondary schools II. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

418. Wilks, A. (1993). Assessment of children in kindergartens and childcare centres. Palmerston North: Palmerston North College of Education.

417. Jefferies, R. (1993). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 9, Nga Take Māori: Māori matters. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

416. Wylie, C., & Smith, L. (1993). Junior school study. Learning to learn: Children's progress through the first three years of school. New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

415. Nightingale, D. (1993). Principal Development and Curriculum Leadership Projects: 1992 evaluation report. Blenheim: DAN Research.

414. Knight, G., Arnold, G., Carter, M., Kelly, P., & Thornley, G. (1992). The mathematical needs of New Zealand school leavers: A research report. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Mathematics.

413. Calder, I. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report no. 8, Staff development and teacher appraisal. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

412. McDonald, G., Clarke, V., & Kidman, J. (1992). Junior School Study. Five-year-olds and their curriculum. New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

411. Katterns, B. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 13, Curriculum and pedagogy. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

410. Cleland, A., & MacKay, L. (1992). A study of the effectiveness of sexuality education programmes. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

409. Pratt, J., Young, W., & Hamilton, C. (1992). School arson: A report. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, Institute of Criminology.

408. McDonald, G., Clarke, V., & Kidman, J. (1992). Junior school study. The first three years: New entrants to J3. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Education Research.

407. Jones, A., Carr, M., & Verbowski, E. (1992). Learning in Technology Education Project: Development and management of technological activities. Working paper 503. Hamilton: University of Waikato Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

406. Tuck, B. F. (1992). Information technology in primary and secondary schools: The effects of a teacher development programme. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

405. Ramsay, P., & Oliver, D. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 10, Equity. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

404. Millar, J. K. (1992). The critical triangle: An evaluation of the teacher development programme "Achieving Charter Curriculum Objectives" (Southern Region). Wellington: Kennedy Millar Associates Ltd.

403. Mansell, R. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 14, Charters and policies. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

402. Ballard, K., Watson, M., Bray, A., Burrows, L., & MacArthur, J. (1992). The Otago family network. Dunedin: Donald Beasley Institute/University of Otago.

401. McCallum, A. (1992). Transition education: Meeting the changing needs of senior students in secondary schools in the Rotorua district. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education Studies.

400. Greaney, K. (1992). An investigation of factors affecting older poor readers' ability to decode by analogy: Implications for remediation. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

399. Barrington, J. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 16, Governance and management. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

398. Wylie, C. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 12, Assessment and evaluation. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

397. Renwick, M., & Vize, J. (1992). Windows on teacher education: Student progress through colleges of education: Phase 3, The third year. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

396. Anderson, M. (1992). The development of the junior school writing programme at James Street School. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education Studies.

395. Stewart, D. (1992). Education Development Initiative evaluation: Part Two, Final report. Palmerston North: Educational Research and Development Centre, Massey University.

394. Harold, B. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 7, School-community relationships. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

393. Moltzen, R., & Mitchell, D. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report no. 6, Children with special needs. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

392. Hollings, M., Jefferies, R., & McArdell, P. (1992). Assessment in Kura Kaupapa Māori and Māori language immersion programmes. Wairarapa: Wairarapa Community Polytechnic.

391. Poskitt, J., McAlpine, D., & Ryba, K. (1992). Report on the Achieve Project. Palmerston North: Educational Research and Development Centre, Massey University.

390. Jones, A., & Carr, M. (1992). Learning in Technology Education Project: Teachers' perceptions of technology education, Working paper 502. Hamilton: Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research, University of Waikato.

389. Keown, P., McGee, C., Oliver, D., & Mitchell, D. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 5, National survey of secondary schools I. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

388. Mitchell, D., & Ramsay, P. (1992). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 11, School reviews. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

387. Reedy, T. (1992). Kura Kaupapa Māori: Research and Development Project, Final report. Wellington: Reeding Holdings Ltd.

386. Glynn, T., Moore, D., Gold, M., & Sheldon, L. (1992). Support teams for regular education. Dunedin: University of Otago, Education Department.

385. McNaughton, S., Parr, J., Timperley, H., & Robinson, V. (1992). A survey of community and school educational values. Auckland: University of Auckland.

384. Dixon, K., Coy, D. V., & Tower, G. D. (1992). Trends in annual reporting by tertiary education institutions: An analysis of annual reports for 1985 to 1990. Palmerston North: Massey University.

383. Nash, R., Harker, R., & Durie, A. (1992). Access and opportunity in education: Phase Two — Interviews with parents. Palmerston North: Massey University.

382. Poskitt, J. (1992). Report on the evaluation of the ACCO teacher development contracts. Palmerston North: Massey University.

381. Stewart, D. (1992). Education Development Initiative evaluation: Final report. Palmerston North: Massey University.

380. Caldwell, J. (1992). Survey of demand for bilingual and immersion education in Māori. Wellington: AGB/McNair.

379. Gilmore, A. M. (1992). Information technology in the classroom: Evaluation of a teacher development programme. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

378. Horrex, J. (1992). A multicomponential intervention programme for remediating secondary students' reading comprehension difficulties. Palmerston North: Massey University.

377. McDonald, G., Clarke, V., & Kidman, J. (1991). A study of classrooms containing five-year-olds. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

376. Benseman, J. (1991). Whare Wananga research report. Kaitaia: Aupouri Trust Board.

375. Harawira, H. (1991). Feasibility study for a Whare Wananga in the Aupouri area. Kaitaia: Aupouri Trust Board.

374. Wylie, C., & Smith, L. (1992). Assessment and reporting practices in the first three years of school. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

373. Ballard, K., Watson, M., Bray, A., Burrows, L., MacArthur, J., & White, J. (1991). The Otago family network. Dunedin: University of Otago.

372. Openshaw, R. (1991). Women teachers and the early post-World War Two New Zealand school curriculum: Some selective oral testimony, final report. Palmerston North: Massey University.

371. Openshaw, R. (1991). Reading in the early post-World War Two primary school: Some selected oral testimony, final report. Palmerston North: Massey University.

370. Nightingale, D. (1991). BSM teacher development programmes evaluation report. Nelson.

369. Farquhar, S.-E. (1991). Quality is in the eye of the beholder. Dunedin: University of Otago.

368. Alton-Lee, A., & Nuthall, G. (1991). Understanding Learning and Teaching Project: Phase Two. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

367. Peddie, R. A. (1991). One, two, or many? The development and implementation of languages policy in New Zealand. Auckland: University of Auckland.

366. Harold, B., & McConnell, R. (1991). Monitoring Today's Schools Group. Working paper no. 1: National survey of secondary schools. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

365. MacDonald, I. (1991). Persistent absenteeism in Christchurch secondary schools. Christchurch: Canterbury University, Department of Education.

364. Reedy, T. M. (1991). Te Kura Kaupapa Māori, Report No. 5. Wellington: Reedy Holdings Ltd.

363. Bardsley, D. (1991). Factors relating to the differential reading attitudes, habits, and interests of adolescents. Palmerston North: Massey University.

362. Jacques, K. (1991). Community contexts of Māori-English bilingual education: A study of six South Island primary school programmes. Christchurch: University of Canterbury.

361. Reedy, T. M. (1991). Te Kura Kaupapa Māori, Report No. 4. Wellington: Reedy Holdings Ltd.

360. McConnell, R., & Jefferies, R. (1991). Monitoring Today's Schools, Report No. 4: The first year. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

359. Young-Loveridge, J. M. (1991). The development of children's number concepts from ages five to nine, Early Mathematics Learning Project: Phase II, Volume I: Report of findings , and Volume II: Appendices. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

358. Riini, M. (1990). Nga Akoranga Tataitai, Te Ao Māori. Auckland: University of Auckland.

357. Podmore, V. N., & Craig, B. H. (1991). Infants and toddlers in New Zealand childcare centres: Final report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

356. Renwick, M., & Vize, J. (1991). Windows on teacher education, student progress through Colleges of Education, Phase 2: The Second Year. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

355. Hall, A., & McGee, C. (1991). Monitoring Today's Schools, Report No. 3: Charters. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

354. Tichbon, A. (1991). Intermediate mathematics education: Developing, evaluating, and teaching a mathematics programme. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

353. Chapman, M. N. J. (1991). Research on the coordination of education and training in the Wairoa region: Final report. Gisborne: Tairawhiti Polytechnic.

352. Gilmore, A. (1991). An evaluation of the Sixth Form Certificate English Moderation Trial. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

351. Ellis, M. (1991). Development of socio-economic indicators of educational disadvantage in schools. Auckland: Dialogue Consultants Ltd.

350. Peddie, R. A. (1990). Assessing alone: An evaluation of the Sixth Form Certificate French Moderation Trial, 1989. Auckland: University of Auckland, Education Department.

349. Nightingale, D., & Chamberlain, M. (1991). A study of computers in New Zealand schools: A report of the IEA Computers in Education Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research and Statistics Division.

348. Clay, M. M., & Tuck, B. (1991). A study of Reading Recovery subgroups: Including outcomes for children who did not satisfy discontinuing criteria. Auckland: University of Auckland.

347. Lealand, G., & Smith, P. (1991). An evaluation of the Diploma of Craft Design in New Zealand polytechnics. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

346. Reedy, T. (1991). Overview Report 2. Wellington: Reedy Holdings Ltd.

345. Lowe, R. J. (1990). International migration effects in primary and secondary school enrolment projections. Wellington: Thorndon Research and Consultancy Services.

344. St George, R., Chapman, J. W., & Lambourne, R. (1991). School-based assessment data analysis. Palmerston North: Massey University.

343. Begg, A. J. C. (1991). Professional development of high school mathematics teachers. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

342. Lynch, J. (1991). Four case studies on courses for women in New Zealand Polytechnics. Wellington.

341. Firestone, A., Nepe, T., Graham, J., & Glynn, T. (1991). Gains in mathematics accuracy, understanding, and confidence by Kura Kaupapa Māori teacher trainees using "advance and justify'" procedure. Dunedin/Auckland: University of Otago, Department of Education, and Auckland College of Education.

340. Bell, B., & Pearson, J. (1991). Learning in Science Project (Teacher Development): Changing. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.

339. Nightingale, D. (1991). Returning with success. Nelson.

338. Reedy, T. (1990). Overview report 1 of Kura Kaupapa Māori. Wellington: Reedy Holdings Ltd.

337. Timperley, H., McNaughton, S., Parr, J., & Robinson, V. (1991). Community-school collaboration: Beliefs and practices. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education.

336. Taylor, K. M. (1991). Kei Hea Nga Wahine Rangatira? Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education.

335. Levett, A., Lankshear, C., & Crothers, C. (1991). Public expectations about secondary schooling. Wellington: Allan Levett Associates.

334. Reedy, T. (1990). Overview report for Kura Kaupapa Māori: Report 3. Wellington: Reedy Holdings Ltd.

333. Visser, H., & Stanley, D. (1990). A comparative study of educational structures/organisations for pre/early adolescent children. Wellington: Community Research Associates.

332. Barrington, J. (1991). OECD: Educational Evaluation and Reform Strategies. Wellington: Department of Education, Victoria University of Wellington.

331. Thomson, C. (1990). Māori Language Factor Funding: A Report. Waikanae: Brown Thompson Partners.

330. Farquhar, S-E. (1991). Experiences of charter development in early childhood centres in 1990. Dunedin: University of Otago, Department of Education.

329. Vidulich, M. (1990). New Zealand music education in secondary school core music classes. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education.

328. Openshaw, R. (1991). An oral history perspective on curriculum: Final report: Mathematics/science. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

327. Hammer, I., & Rothstein, D. (1990). Economies of scale in the funding formulae for primary and secondary schools: A pilot study. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

326. Burns, J. (1990). Students' attitudes towards and concepts of technology. Wellington.

325. Graham, J. (1991). Mathematics knowledge acquisition: The relationship between numeric concepts and arithmetic skill. Dunedin: University of Otago, Psychology Department.

324. Bairstow, R. (1991). A computer in the mathematics classroom. Auckland.

323. Lealand, G. (1990). The educational impact of the appointment of full-time trained teacher-librarians. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

322. Adams, R. (1991). Kimi Ora Community School Developmental Review. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

321. Isaacs, N., & Donn, M. (1987). Closing the loop — Improving energy management in schools. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, School of Architecture.

320. Forbes, S., Blithe, T., Clark, M., & Robinson, E. (1990). Mathematics for all? Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, Institute of Statistics and Operations Research.

319. Wagner, E. (1990). Continuing education bibliography 1970-1990. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

318. Wagner, G., & Wagner, E. (1990). The preparation of a continuing education database 1970-1990: Final report. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

317. Ramsay, P., Harold, B., Hawk, K., Ka'ai, T., Marriott, R., & Poskitt, J. (1990). "There's no going back" Collaborative decision making in education: Curriculum Review Research in Schools Project Final Report. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

316. Smith, A., Inder, P., & Ratcliff, B. (1990). Peer interactions at school of children with varying early childhood centre experiences. Dunedin: University of Otago, Department of Education.

315. Nightingale, D. (1990). School Leaver Documentation Developmental Project. Nelson.

314. Openshaw, R., & Archer, E. (1990). An oral history of the curriculum: Social studies. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

313. McNaughton, S., & Ka'ai, T. (1990). Two studies of transitions. Socialisations of literacy and Te Hiringa Take Take: Mai I Te Kohanga Reo Ki Te Kura. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education, Māori Research and Development Unit.

312. Middleton, S., & Oliver, D. (1990). Monitoring Today's Schools: Report No. 2: Who governs our schools? Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

311. Irwin, K. (1990). Children's understanding of the principles of compensation and covariance in the context of wholes and their component parts. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education.

310. Cameron, J., & Dupuis, A. (1990). A risk worth taking: The Hagley High School Mediation Programme 1987-1989. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Sociology.

309. Ponter, E. (1990). Work exploration Rapuara Mahi in Manawatu schools. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Sociology.

308. Roache, L., & Hunt, B. (1988). Palmerston North schools research project into learning difficulty in reading. Palmerston North: Psychological Service.

307. Rothstein, D., Wilson, A., & MacGibbon, L. (1991). Economies of scale in the funding formulae of primary and secondary schools: National study. Dunedin: University of Otago Consulting Group.

306. McKay, E., & Peters, M. (1990). An evaluation of the Sixth Form Certificate Home Economics Moderation Trial: Volume II. Auckland: Auckland College of Education/University of Auckland, Department of Education.

305. McKay, E., & Peters, M. (1990). An evaluation of the Sixth Form Certificate Home Economics Moderation Trial: Volume I. Auckland: Auckland College of Education/University of Auckland, Department of Education.

304. Harold, B., & McConnell, R. (1990). Monitoring Today's Schools: Occasional Paper No. 1: Getting started. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

303. Nash, R., Harker, R., & Charters, H. (1990). Access and opportunity in education: First phase report. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

302. McCormack, J. (1990). How well do Māori children recover after Reading Recovery? Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

301. Walker, L. (1990). The assessment of practical work for SFC biology, chemistry, and physics in Christchurch schools in 1988. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

300. Codd, J., McAlpine, D., & Hansen, S. (1990). Achievement, assessment, and consensus: An evaluation of the Sixth Form Certificate Practical Art Moderation Trial. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

299. Savage, J. (1990). The Student Allowances Scheme: Results of a parental survey. Wellington: New Zealand Institute of Economic Research.

298. Smith, L. (1990). Mana Wahine — Mana Māori: A case study. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education, Māori Education Research and Development Unit.

297. Bradshaw, J. (1990). An evaluation of community forums on education concerning Hagley High School in Christchurch and Natone Park School in Porirua. Wellington.

296. Rietveld, C. (1989). An evaluation of 7 to 12 year-old children with Down's Syndrome in home and school settings: A follow-up study of children from the Christchurch Early Intervention Programme. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

295. Wagemaker, H., & Scotts, N. (1989). Annual Research Report 1988/89. (New Zealand Department of Education, Research and Statistics Division).

294. Swarbrick, S. (1989). The impact of process writing on children's language. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

293. Johnson, F. (1990). Fourth formers learning to learn: An experiment in enhancing classroom learning strategies. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

291. St John, S. (1990). Financial assistance for 16-19 year-olds in 1990. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Economics.

290. Clough, P. (1990). Funding of Out-of-School Care. Wellington: New Zealand Institute of Economic Research.

289. Renwick, M., & Vize, J. (1990). Windows on teacher education. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

288. Robinson, V., & Absolum, M. (1990). Leadership for Tomorrow's Schools. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Education/Education Review Office Waitemata District.

287. Bradshaw, J. (1990). An evaluation of a community forum on education concerning Hagley High School in Christchurch. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

286. Crooks, T. (1990). Evaluation of sixth form certificate training in assessment developments. Dunedin: University of Otago, Higher Education Development Centre.

285. Wadsworth, E. J. (1990). Developing school leadership: Meeting the professional development needs of New Zealand secondary school leaders. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

284. Tinga, J. (1990). Evaluation of Christchurch Polytechnic's "New Outlook" course for women. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Sociology.

283. MacGuire, T., Burns, J., & Gilmore, A. (1990). Women into technology: An evaluation of the Central Institute of Technology course. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

282. Ramsay, P., Harold, B., Hawk, K., Ka'ai, T., Marriott, R., & Poskitt, J. (1990). "There's no going back": Collaborative curriculum decision-making in education — Executive summary of the final report. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

281. Ohia, M., Moloney, M., & Knight, G. (1990). Case studies of mathematics education in New Zealand secondary schools bilingual units. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

280. Pollock, N. J., & Si'a, T. (1989). Evaluation of the Auckland Communications Project Unit. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, Department of Anthropology.

279. Waugh, M. (1990). Teaching and learning at home: Distance education and the primary-age pupil. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Continuing Education.

278. Gerritsen, J. (1990). Parent support and education. Hamilton.

277. Codd, J., McAlpine, D., Korndorffer, W., McPherson, J., & Bassett, G. (1989). National evaluation of craft deduction. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

276. Ramsay, P., Ka'ai, T., Hawk, K., Poskitt, J., Harold, B., & Marriott, R (1989). Twenty-eight schools — The baseline survey: Occasional Paper No. 7. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

275. Ramsay, P., Baimba, A., Ka'ai, T., Hawk, K., Poskitt, J., Harold, B., & Marriott, R. (1989). The desirability of partnership in education — The research evidence: Occasional Paper No. 6. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

274. Ramsay, P., Ka'ai, T., Hawk, K., Poskitt, J., Harold, B., & Marriott, R. (1989). The initial impact of the Curriculum Review Exploratory Project: Occasional Paper No. 3. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

273. Ramsay, P., Harold, B., Marriott, R., Poskitt, J., & Ka'ai-Oldman, T. Curriculum Review Research in Schools Project: Occasional Paper No. 2. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Department of Education.

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267. Allan, S. (1989). Early childhood centre workers' qualifications and training survey. Wellington: Environmental and Planning Associates.

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66. Forer, P. C. (1981). Report on computer assisted learning in the United Kingdom with particular reference to the CAL 81 Symposium at Leeds. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Geography.

65. Pipe, M. E. (1981). Behaviour change in part-time integration: Social interactions and activity participation of retarded children in special and mainstream schools. (1981). Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington, Department of Psychology.

64. Edwards, F. (1981). Reading and learning in the junior secondary school: English: Form 3. Hamilton.

63. Gibson, M. (1981). The Otago Pre-School Project: A description of the Educational Intervention Programme, the intervention process, and the response of the parents involved: A report from the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Child Development Study presented to the Department of Education, 31 March 1981. Dunedin: Dunedin Multidisciplinary Child Development Study.

62. Beach, P. (1979). The 1978-79 survey of tertiary bursars' income and expenditure patterns. Wellington: Department of Education.

61. Whalley, D. G. (1978). Recruitment and selection of male students for primary teaching training. Palmerston North.

60. Hill, S. (1981). Reading and learning in the junior secondary school: Case studies: Form 4. Wellington: Department of Education.

59. Parker, M. (1980). Parents as teachers of their handicapped children: A review. Hamilton: University of Waikato, Project PATH, Education Department.

58. Pond, W. (1981). A report on the opportunities for teaching agriculture in existing secondary school prescriptions and syllabuses.

57. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science. Electric current: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

56. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Plants: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

55. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Light: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

54. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Animals: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

53. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Weather: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

52. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Gravity: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

51. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Friction: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

50. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Particles: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

49. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Energy: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

48. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Force: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

47. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Living: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

46. University of Waikato. (1980). Learning in Science Project. Reconsidering the framework: A working paper of the Learning in Science Paper. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

45. University of Waikato. (1979). Learning in Science Project. Focus on process skills: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

44. University of Waikato. (1979). Learning in Science Project. Focus on the learner: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

43. University of Waikato. (1979). Learning in Science Project. Focus on the teacher: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

42. University of Waikato. (1979). Learning in Science Project. Focus on knowledge: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

41. University of Waikato. (1979). Learning in Science Project. Focus on experiments: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

40. University of Waikato. (1979). Learning in Science Project. Focus on topics: A working paper of the Learning in Science Project. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

39. Craig, D., & Mitchell, D. (1980). Project PATH. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

38. Silva, P. A. (Ed.). (1981). The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Child Development Study: Selected publications 1979-81. Dunedin.

37. Murdoch, R. T. (1978). Professional development: The induction and education of beginning teachers. Christchurch: Christchurch Teachers College.

36. Harper, W. J. (1979). Observation and evaluation of the teaching performance of a sample of year one teachers 1978. Dunedin: Dunedin Teachers College Research Committee.

35. Hill, S. (1981). Reading and learning in the junior secondary school. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

34. Cocks, I. (1980). Literature review: Research on acquisition of speech by deaf children: Prepared for the Department of Education.

33. Nolan, P. (1980). A negotiated curriculum: Being responsible for your own learning. Palmerston North: Massey University.

32. Mitchell, D. (1980). Project PATH: Parents as Teachers of the Handicapped. Hamilton: University of Waikato.

31. Gibson, R. E. (1980). A report on the Palmerston North Teachers College certificate in counselling course. Palmerston North.

30. Clay, M. M. (1979). Reading and public concern.

29. McNaughton, S. (1980). Conversations between language-delayed children and their parents: Descriptions, comparisons with matched children and an analysis of parent-based intervention. Auckland.

28. Beach, P. (1979). Recommendations for the organisation of further surveys of tertiary student income and expenditure.

27. Heeney, S. (1981). The needs of teachers of the deaf and their pupils in the area of speech teaching: Preliminary report of a pilot study carried out by Sonia Heeney and Rod Lewis. Christchurch.

26. Silva, P. A. (1981). The long term effects of a pre-school intervention programme for language-delayed children: An interim report to the Department of Education. Dunedin: Dunedin Multidisciplinary Child Development Study.

25. New Zealand Education Department. (1974). Apprentice training: An evaluation of Pilot Schemes in Extended Courses for First Year Apprentices. Wellington: Department of Education.

24. Small, D. K. (1978). The evaluation of nursing courses in technical institutes: An interim report. Wellington: Department of Education.

23. Department of Education. (1979). Survey of school leavers in the Rotorua/Eastern Bay of Plenty Area, 1975-1977. Wellington: Department of Education.

22. Shuker, R. G. (1980). Directions for New Zealand society that have implications for the curriculum of New Zealand schools. Palmerston North.

21. Clay, M. M. (1980). Reading Recovery: A follow-up study. Auckland: University of Auckland.

20. Hunt, G. J. F. (1979). The identification of mathematical co-requisites in carpentry. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

19. Taylor, J. M. (1978). The Wairarapa Community Action Programme: A Detached View. Palmerston North: Massey University.

18. Cocks, I. (1980). Literature review on the teaching of speech to deaf children. Christchurch.

17. Nolan, C. J. P., Benseman, J. R., & Ryba, K. A. (1979). The Hawkes Bay Community College: 1978 clientele survey. Palmerston North: Massey University.

16. Silva, P. A.; et al. (1980). Reports presented to the Department of Education in partial fulfilment of a research contract, 1980. Dunedin: Dunedin Multidisciplinary Child Development Study.

15. Offenberger, H. (1980). Training for a new technology: A survey of electronic data processing full-time students, 1967 to 1978. Wellington: Author.

14. Hunt, G. J. F. (1980). The analysis of learner competencies in carpentry training. Palmerston North: Massey University, Department of Education.

13. Zwier, G. (1980). School vandalism: A review of overseas research. Auckland: University of Auckland.

12. Wellington Teachers' College. (1980). Evaluation Project, 1979-81: Stage One report, June 1980. Wellington: Author.

11. Canterbury Education Board. (1978). A limited evaluation of form II education in Christchurch state schools. Report No 1: Attainment in mathematics. Christchurch: Author.

10. Alexander, R. (1977). Precision teaching of reading in a special class: A progress report. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

9. Stewart, A. (1978). Post-school adjustment of intellectually handicapped school leavers. Christchurch: Department of Education.

8. Roberts, R. (1979). The effects of training on the listening achievement of form II pupils with weak listening skills. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

7. Palmer, A. G. (1977). Patterns of organisation, pupil activity, and teacher preferences in the open classroom. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, Department of Education.

6. Rennie, J. (1979). Report of the Special Physical Education Programme run in Auckland during 1979. Auckland: Department of Education.

5. Larsen, M. A. (1980). Report on self-instructional music project. Wellington: Department of Education.

4. Young, K. F. (1978). Factors relating to children's enjoyment of physical education. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

3. (1979). Whanau house research contract: Final report. Palmerston North: Massey University.

2. Brailsford, B. J. (1981). The tattooed land: The southern frontiers of the pa Māori. Wellington: Reed.

1. Edwards, W. L. (1979). The role of the principal in five primary schools of high Polynesian population in urban New Zealand: An ethnographic perspective.

*. All National Education Monitoring Project reports are available from the publisher: Educational Assessment Research Unit, Otago University, Box 56, Dunedin, and from the website: http://nemp.otago.ac.nz .

Comparative Education Research Reports

Note: New reports from 2006 onwards are listed in the general list above.

B001. Research Division (2006). An Overview of Some Key National Year 5 and Year 9 Student Achievement Results: Findings from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2002-2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B002. Research Division (2006). Achievement in the Mathematics Cognitive Domains: Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study 2002/2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B003. Research Division (2005). Processes of Reading Comprehension: A Summary of the results from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2001. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B004. Caygill, R. and Chamberlain, M. (2004). Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS): New Zealand's Year 5 Student Achievement 2001. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B005. Focus on Low SES Students' Achievement in Reading Literacy – Results from PISA 2000. (2004). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B006. Focus on Māori Achievement in Reading Literacy – Results from PISA 2000. (2004). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B007. Focus on Pasifika Achievement in Reading Literacy – Results from PISA 2000. (2004). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B008. Learning for Tomorrow's World – Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). 2003 – New Zealand Summary Report. (2004). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B009. Mathematics and Science Achievement in New Zealand – First results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2002-2003 for Year 5 students. (2004) Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B010. Mathematics and Science Achievement in New Zealand – First results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2002-2003 for Year 9 students. (2004) Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B011. Chamberlain, M., Caygill, R. (2002). The School and Classroom Context for Year 9 Students' Mathematics and Science Achievement. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B012. Research Division. (2002). PISA 2000 Overview of Selected New Zealand Findings. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B013. Sturrock, F., May, S. (2002). PISA 2000: The New Zealand Context. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B014. Chamberlain, G., with Chamberlain, M., & Walker, M. (2001). Trends in Year 5 students' mathematics and science achievement: Results from New Zealand's study based on the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B015. Chamberlain, M., Walker, M. (2001). Trends in Year 9 students' mathematics and science achievement: Results from New Zealand's participation in the repeat of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B016. Ministry of Education, Research Division. (2000). Assessing Knowledge and Skills for Life: First results from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA 2000), New Zealand Summary Report. Wellington: Author.

B017. Ministry of Education, Research Division. (2000). Third International Mathematics and Science Study - Repeat (TIMSS-R): Preliminary achievement results. Wellington: Author.

B018. Ministry of Education, Research Division (1999). The Second Information Technology in Education Study (SITES). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B019. Chamberlain, M. C., Chamberlain, G., & Garden, R. (1998). Student performance on open-ended questions in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study: New Zealand results. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research Division.

B020. Garden, R. A. (Ed.) (with chapter contributions by Chamberlain, M., Chamberlain, G., Udy, K., & Walker, M.). (1998). Mathematics and science literacy in the final year of schooling: Results from New Zealand's participation in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research Division.

B021. Garden, R. A. (1997). Performance assessment in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study: New Zealand results. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research & International Unit.

B022. Garden, R. A. (Ed.) (with chapter contributions by May, S., Chamberlain, M., Chamberlain, G., Udy, K., & Martin, V.). (1997). Mathematics and science performance in middle primary school: Results from New Zealand's participation in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research & International Unit.

B023. Ministry of Education, Comparative Education Research Unit. (1997). Adult literacy in New Zealand - Results from the International Adult Literacy Survey. Wellington: Author.

B024. Garden, R. A. (Ed.) (with chapter contributions by May, S., Chamberlain, M., Chamberlain, G., Udy, K., & Martin, V.). (1996). Mathematics performance of New Zealand form 2 and form 3 students: National results from New Zealand's participation in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research & International Unit.

B025. Garden, R. A. (Ed.) (with chapter contributions by May, S., Chamberlain, M., Chamberlain, G., Udy, K., & Martin, V.). (1996). Science performance of New Zealand form 2 and form 3 students: National results from New Zealand's participation in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research & International Unit.

B026. Wagemaker, H. (Ed.) (with chapter contributions by Caygill, R., Chamberlain, G., Dreaver, G., & May, S.). (1993). Achievement in reading literacy: New Zealand's performance in a national and international context. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research Section.

B027. Chamberlain, M. C., Kennedy, S. E. (1991). A case of 'Growing like topsy': A study of the use of computers for teaching and learning in two New Zealand schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research and Statistics Division.

B028. Nightingale, D., Chamberlain, M. C. (1991). A study of computers in New Zealand schools: A report of the IEA Computers in Education Study. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Research and Statistics Division.

B029. Sturrock, F., Bennie, N., & Taylor, A. (1987). An evaluation of secretarial courses in polytechnics.

B030. May, S. (1983). The Second IEA Mathematics study: Preliminary item analyses, standard 4. Wellington: Department of Education, Research and Statistics Division.

B031. Department of Education, IEA Co-ordinating Unit, Research and Statistics Division. (1982). Second IEA Mathematics Survey: Preliminary item analyses, New Zealand population A. Wellington: Author.

B032. Department of Education, IEA Co-ordinating Unit, Research and Statistics Division. (1982). Second IEA Mathematics Study: Preliminary item analyses, New Zealand population B. Wellington: Author.

Previous Research Unit Reports

B033. Anand, V., & Bennie, N. (2005). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B034. Anand, V., & Bennie, N. (2004) Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The Data for 2002. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B035. Anand, V., & Dewar, S. (2004) Survey of Overseas Teachers 2003. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B036. Arago-Kemp, V., & Wylie, C. (2004). Whaia te iti Kahurangi: NZCER Evaluation. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

B037. Baker, R. and Cameron, M. (2004). Research on Initial Teacher Education in New Zealand: 1993-2004 – Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

B038. Davies, D., Kalafatelis,, E., Murrow, K., and Ryan, N. (2004) Evaluation Of The Secondary Schools Arts Coordinators Project To Support "The Arts In The New Zealand Curriculum". Wellington: BRC.

B039. Monitoring Teacher Supply – Survey of Staffing in New Zealand Schools at the Beginning of the 2004 School Year. (2004). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B040. Anand, V., Bennie, N., & Dewar, S. (2003). A Summary of the 2002 data on students taught by Resource Teachers of Literacy). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B041. Bennie, N (2003). Attendance and Absence in New Zealand Schools 2002. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B042. Dewar, S. (2003). A study of the Use of School Entry Assessment (SEA) in Schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B043. Dewar, S. (2003). Recruitment and Retention in New Zealand Secondary Schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B044. Research Division (2003). Reading Literacy in New Zealand: Final Results from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) and the Repeat of the 1990-1991 Reading Literacy Study (10 Year Trends Study) for Year 5 Students. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B045. Brown, M., Clark, J., Codd, J., McPherson, I., O'Neill, H., O'Neill, J., Waitere-Ang, H. & Zepke, N. (2002). Review of Future-focused Research on Teaching and Learning – Report to the Ministry of Education.

B046. Cosgrave, R., Bennie, N., & Kerslake, J. (2002). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The data for 2001. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B047. Cosgrave, R., Bennie, N., & Kerslake, J. (2002). Resource Teachers of Literacy – Information on Resource Teachers of Literacy Annual Report 2001. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B048. Dewar, S. (2002). Monitoring teacher supply: Survey of staffing at the beginning of the 2002 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B049. Dewar, S. (2002). Survey of Overseas Teachers 2001. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B050. Kennedy, S., Bishop, F., & Bennie, N. (2002). Student safety and well being in school boarding accommodation. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B051. McCauley, L., & Roddick, S. (2002). Evaluation of Schools Support. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B052. Davies, D. (2001). School Entry Assessment June 1997 – Dec 2000. Wellington: Ministry of Education

B053. Dewar, S. (2001). A Summary of the 2000 Data on Students Taught by Resource Teachers of Reading The Research Bulletin, No.12. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B054. Dewar, S. (2001). Monitoring teacher supply: Survey of staffing at the beginning of the 2001 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B055. Dewar, S. (2001). Overseas Teachers in New Zealand schools: The Picture in 2000. The Research Bulletin, No 12. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B056. Dewar, S. (2002). Support for Beginning Teachers. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B057. Dewar, S. (2001). Survey of Staffing in New Zealand Schools at the Beginning of the 2001 School Year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B058. Dewar, S. (2001). The staffing situation in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2001 school year. The Research Bulletin, No 12. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B059. Kerslake, J. (2001). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The data for 2000. The Research Bulletin, 12. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B060. Kerslake, J., & Telford, M. (2001). Feedback from Schools on the Draft Document French in the New Zealand Curriculum: A Research Report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B061. Kerslake, J., & Telford, M. (2001). Feedback from Schools on the Draft Document German in the New Zealand Curriculum: A Research Report. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B062. Alton-Lee, A., & Praat, A. (2000). Explaining and addressing gender differences in New Zealand compulsory school sector: A literature review. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B063. Dewar, S. (2000). The staffing situation in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2000 school year. The Research Bulletin, No. 11. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B064. Dewar, S. (2000). Summary of the 1999 data on students taught by Resource Teachers of Reading. The Research Bulletin, No. 11. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B065. Dewar, S. (2000). Implementing Social Studies in the New Zealand Curriculum: A summary report of the experiences of a national sample of schools. Research Division, Research Bulletin, No. 11. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B066. Dewar, S., (2000). Overseas teachers in New Zealand schools: The picture in 1999. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B067. Dewar, S., & Visser, H. (2000). Profile of overseas teachers teaching in New Zealand schools: A summary of results of four recent studies. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B068. Kerslake, J. (2000). Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: The data for 1999. The Research Bulletin, 11. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B069. Kerslake, J. (2000). Survey of schools for their views on the draft document 'The Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum'. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B070. Research Division. (2000). A repeat of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study 1998-1999 - Final Results for Year 9 students. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B071. Visser, H., & Dewar, S. (2000). Monitoring teacher supply: Survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 2000 school year.

B072. Visser H. (2000). Strengthening Families - Views on inter-agency collaboration and Collaborative Case Management Initiative: A report on the results of a survey. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Wellington. 0

B073. Dewar, S., & Visser, H. (1999). Overseas teachers teaching in New Zealand schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B074. Dewar, S. (1999). Trends in the Data on Students Taught by Resource Teachers of Reading between 1993 and 1998. The Research Bulletin, No.10. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B075. Gilmore, A.M. (1999). School Entry Assessment/Aro Matawai Urunga-a-Kura: The first national picture - July 1997-May 1998. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B076. Kennedy, S., Bennie, N. (1999). A survey of Directly Resourced Schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B077. Kerslake, J. (1999). Annual monitoring of Reading Recovery: The data for 1998. Research Division, Research Bulletin, No. 10. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B078. Kerslake, J. (1999). Trends in Reading Recovery data between 1984 and 1998. The Research Bulletin, 10. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B079. Praat, A. (1999). Gender differences in achievement and participation in the compulsory school sector: A review of information held by the Ministry of Education 1986-1997. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B080. Visser, H., & Dewar, S. (1999). Monitoring teacher supply: Survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 1999 school year. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B081. Dewar, S. (1998). Summary of the 1996 data on children taught by Resource Teachers of Reading. The Research Bulletin, No. 8. Wellington: Research Division, Ministry of Education.

B082. Dewar, S. (1998). Summary of the 1997 data on students taught by Resource Teachers of Reading. The Research Bulletin, No. 9. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B083. Visser, H. (1998). Monitoring teacher supply: A survey of staffing in New Zealand schools at the beginning of the 1998 school year. The Research Bulletin, No. 8. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B084. Kerslake, J., & Lange, D. (1998). Attendance, absences and truancy in New Zealand schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B085. Dewar, S. and Kennedy, S. (1997) Non-English-Speaking Background Students: A Study of Programmes and Support in New Zealand Schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B086. Kerslake, J., Lange, D., & Bennie, N. (1997). Truancy Action Survey: A survey of truancy action undertaken in schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B087. Visser, H. Bennie, N. (1996). An evaluation of the resource Beginning School Mathematics. (1986). State secondary schools in New Zealand: A 1985 follow-up of the 1975 baseline survey.

B089. Donn, M., Schick, R. (1995). Promoting positive race relations in New Zealand schools: Me Mahi Tahi Tatou. Wellington: Ministry of Education, Te Puni Kokiri, The Office of the Race Relations Conciliator.

B090. Kerslake, J. (1995). Salaries Grant for Management (SGM): An evaluation of its implementation in schools. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B091. Murrow, K. (1995). Early childhood workers' opinions on the Draft Document Te Whāriki. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B092. Murrow, K., Dewar, S., & Donn, M. (1995). An evaluation of the distribution and use of a selection of resources produced or distributed by Learning Media Ltd. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B093. Kerslake, J., Bennie, N. (1993). Four terms instead of three: An evaluation of a four term year trial at six schools in the Te Kauwhata area. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B094. Murrow, K., Bennie, N. (1993). Resourcing economics teachers: An evaluation of the Handbook for Teachers of Forms 3 to 7 Economics. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B095. Murrow, K., Bennie, N. (1993). Social studies, 14 years on: An evaluation of the Handbook for Teachers of Forms 3 and 4 Social Studies. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B096. Murrow, K., Bennie, N. (1992). Keeping teachers informed? An evaluation of the video `Education Update'. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B097. Scotts, N., Waitai, E. (1992). Kura Hou: An evaluation. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B098. Donn, M., Bennie, N. (1991). Evaluation of the role of Life Education Centre educators. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B099. Donn, M., Bennie, N., & Kerslake, J. (1991). Who's not here...? Working towards keeping "absentee students" at school.

B100. Kennedy, S., Ratcliff, B., & Henry, E. (1991). Mobile pre-school units in New Zealand (Volume II): A series of case studies.

B101. Slyfield, H. (1991). The position of women in education 1990.

B102. Kennedy, S., Ratcliff, B., & Henry, E. (1990). Mobile pre-school units in New Zealand (Volume I).

B103. Bennie, N., Henry, E., & Ratcliff, B. (1990). Beginning School Mathematics: A study of the implementation.

B104. Kerslake, J., Bennie, N. (1990). A survey of schools with beginning teachers in above establishment positions. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B105. Kerslake, J., & Bennie, N. (1990). A survey of the need for resources in Pacific Island languages. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

B106. Rivers, M.-J., Lynch, J., & Irving, J. (1989). Project FAST: Report of a national pilot study. Wellington: Department of Education, Research and Statistics Division.

B107. Slyfield, H., Donn, M., & Kerslake, J.(1989) Careers of polytechnic tutors.

B108. Donn, M., & Slyfield, H. (1988). The careers of teachers' college lecturers.

B109. Wagemaker, H. (1988). Māori-English bilingual education, Tauranga Boys' College. Wellington: Department of Education.

B110. Department of Education, Research and Statistics Division. (1987). Mathematics achievement in New Zealand secondary schools: A report on the conduct in New Zealand of the Second International Mathematics Study within the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement. Wellington: Author.

B111. Garden, R.A. (1987). Pathways project mathematics test: Results and commentary. Wellington: Department of Education.

B112. Garlick, S., & Slyfield, H. (1987). Attitudes of primary school teachers towards print and audio-visual resources.

B113. Kennedy, S., & Dewar, S. (1987). Non-English-speaking background students: A study of programmes and support in New Zealand schools.

B114. Kennedy, S., & Taylor, A. (1987). An evaluation of advanced diploma in nursing courses.

B115. Kerslake, J., & Bennie, N. (1988). A follow-up of 1986 Teachers College graduates. Wellington: Department of Education.

B116. Kerslake, J., Taylor, A., & Bennie, N. (1987). Childcare workers: Qualifications and training. Wellington: Department of Education.

B117. Lamb, H.F. (1987). Writing performance in New Zealand schools: A report on the IEA Study of Written Composition in New Zealand. Wellington: Department of Education.

B118. Wagemaker, H., & Norman, H. (1986). Training for trainers: An evaluation of the foundation module. Wellington: Department of Education.

B119. Bennie, N. (1985). A literature review of open-plan education. Wellington: Department of Education.

B120. Bennie, N., & Taylor, A. (1986). Survey of `Grampa's Place': A radio programme for preschool children. Wellington: Department of Education.

B121. Norman, H., & Kerslake, J. (1985).School-based transition programmes 1983-84.

B122. Norman, H., & Kerslake, J. (1985). Survey of graduates of 1984 kindergarten and secondary teacher training courses who were not in full-time permanent teaching positions in March 1985. Wellington: Department of Education.

B123. Black, L. (1984). Physical education in New Zealand secondary schools: A literature review. Wellington: Department of Education.

B124. Fenwick, P., Norman, H., & Leong, D. (1984). Attendance at preschool. Wellington: Department of Education.

B125. Kerslake, J. (1984). Transition from school to work: A review of the New Zealand literature. Wellington: Department of Education.

B126. Norman, H. (1984). Survey of applicants for teacher training who withdrew after an offer of a place. Wellington: Department of Education.

B127. Norman, H., Black, L. (1984). Review of physical education: A survey of primary school teachers. Wellington: Department of Education.

B128. Norman, H., Sritheran, E., & Ridding, C. (1984). Teachers' perceptions of children with special needs: A national survey of primary school teachers concerning children with special needs in regular classes.

B129. Fenwick, P., Kennedy, S., & Zepke, N. (1983). An evaluation of physiotherapists trained in technical institutes.

B130. Fenwick, P. (1983). Young persons training programme in technical institutes: A synthesis of existing evaluations. Wellington: Department of Education.

B131. Kennedy, S. (1983). Education and training in physiotherapy: A review of the literature. Wellington: Department of Education.

B132. Kennedy, S. (1983). Secretarial training courses and new technology: A review of the literature. Wellington: Department of Education.

B133. Kennedy, S., Zepke, N. (1983). The nature and functions of the communication process between physiotherapists and their patients: A descriptive study based on interviews with patients. Wellington: Department of Education.

B134. Norman, H. (1983). Characteristics of applicants and entrants to Teachers' College. Wellington: Department of Education.

B135. Norman, H. (1983). Girls and science. Wellington: Department of Education.

B137. Norman, H. (1982). Comparison of three-year trained and graduate one-year trained primary teachers. Wellington: Department of Education.

B138. Norman, H. (1982). Long-term retention and position achieved by secondary teachers. Wellington: Department of Education.

B139. Norman, H., & Donn, M. (1982). Evaluation of marae-based in-service training courses. Wellington: Department of Education.

B140. Norman, H., & Richardson, B. (1982). Evaluation of outposts for secondary teacher training. Wellington: Department of Education.

B141. Taylor, A.J., Sturrock, F.M., & White, J.E. (1982). Absence from school: A national survey of state primary and secondary schools in New Zealand.

B142. (1981). State secondary schools in New Zealand: A baseline survey.

B143. Bird, K.A., & Fenwick, P.R. (1981). Continuing Education Survey.

B144. Harris, T. (1981). Recruitment of secondary teachers from the `Community Pool'. Wellington: Department of Education.

B145. Norman, H. (1981). Teachers refresher courses: Survey of those attending. Wellington: Department of Education.

B146. Norman, H. (1981). Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language. Wellington: Department of Education.

B147. Stewart, C. (1981). Sex differences in mathematics. Wellington: Department of Education.

B148. Shepherd, M. (1981). Educational handicaps course. Wellington: Department of Education.

B149. Taylor, A.J., et al. (1981). An evaluation of nursing courses in technical institutes.

B150. Department of Education. (1980). Sex-role stereotyping in School Journals. Wellington: Author.

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The Research Bulletin

The Research Bulletin was produced by the Research Unit bi-annually from 1984-2001. It contains summary articles of major reports, as well as reports of smaller research studies and annual data collections carried out by the Research Division.

Annual Research Report (1985-2000)

Donn, M. (1993). Annual Research Report 1992/93

Scotts, N., & Copson, G. (1992). Annual Research Report 1991/92.

Scotts, N., & Wilkshire, M. (1991). Annual Research Report 1990/91.

Scotts, N., & Wilkshire, M. (1990). Annual Research Report 1989/90.

Wagemaker, H., & Scotts, N. (1989). Annual Research Report 1988/89.

Burns, J. R. (1988). Annual Research Report 1987/88.

Wagemaker, H. (1987). Annual Research Report 1986/87.

Wagemaker, H. (1986). Annual Research Report 1985/86.

Wagemaker, H. (1985). Annual Research Report 1984/85.

Annual Research Reports published from 1993 to 2000 are included under Research Division Reports.

Research Reports published from 2001 onwards are included under Completed Projects (brief history of project) and Publications (published research reports).

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