This report presents the findings from a research project carried out in 2008 on the educational histories and pathways of alternative education (A.E.) students in New Zealand.
Author(s): Dr. Keren Brooking & Ben Gardiner, with Dr. Sarah Calvert [New Zealand Council for Educational Research]
Date Published: July 2009
This report looks at where beginning teachers are teaching, their demographic profile, employment trends, qualifications of beginning teachers, and subjects taught by secondary beginning teachers.
Author(s): Siobhan Murray
Date Published: March 2006
This report examines the economic and social benefits of tertiary certificates and diplomas and provides new evidence of the value of a significant part of the tertiary education system. It makes use of a range of data to look at the association of tertiary certificates and diplomas to economic outcomes (employment and income) and social outcomes (well-being, social participation and intergenerational benefits).
Author(s): David Earle, Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting Division [Ministry of Education]
Date Published: May 2010
This publication page provides access to the Ministry of Education Best Evidence Synthesis Iteration (BES publications).
For more information visit the BES Home page.
Date Published: Various
This report highlights some of the key findings from Professor May’s literature review that relate to Māori-medium education.
Author(s): S. May, R. Hill and S.Tiakiwai
Date Published: December 2006
Based on a review of national and international research on bilingualism and bilingual/immersion education, this report explores effective approaches for bilingual education. While the focus was on Māori-medium education, the indicators of good practice can also be applied to other bilingual contexts in Aotearoa/New Zealand, such as Pasifika bilingual education.
Author(s): Stephen May, Richard Hill and Sarah Tiakiwai
Date Published: 2004
The focus of this report is on boys’ participation, engagement and achievement at different levels of education.
Author(s): Learning Policy Frameworks, Ministry of Education
Date Published: December 2007
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