Walking in Step - Tertiary education providers and their stakeholders - a path to collaborative communication
A key facts summary of the research study called Tertiary Education Providers and their Stakeholders. The research described in this note looks at how much contact there is between the tertiary education sector and its stakeholders and how good it is at producing results.
Author(s): Mieke Wensvoort
Date Published: April 2006
NZCER was contracted by the partners in Whaia te iti Kahurangi (Te Runanga o Ngati Porou and the Ministry of Education) to undertake a formative evaluation of the initiative. Whaia te iti Kahurangi (WTIK) is aimed at improving student achievement in Ngati Porou East Coast schools. The evaluation found that significant progress had been made.
Author(s): Cathy Wylie and Vyletta Arago-Kemp
Date Published: 2004
The Māori Women's Welfare League undertakes a parent support & development programme: Whanau Toko i te Ora. This is an evaluation of the progress of whanau moving though the programme. It involves an overall account, based on the database held at the Māori Women's Welfare League; and includes the write up of 16 case study interviews.
Author(s): Ian Livingstone, Chartwell Consulants for the Māori Women's Welfare League.
Date Published: January 2002
This report applies statistical modelling to the results of the 2003 Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF) Quality Evaluation. It provides interesting new information on the performance of PBRF-eligible staff across a variety of characteristics such as gender, ethnic group and position.
Author(s): Warren Smart
Date Published: November 2005
This report analysed the data behind the Annual Rankings of World Universities Top 500 and Times Higher Education Supplement Top 200 university rankings to see what they can tell us about the performance of New Zealand universities.
Author(s): Dr Warren Smart, Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting Division [Ministry of Education]
Date Published: March 2010
This paper looks at the relationship between young peoples’ tertiary education qualifications and their employment and earnings once they finish their tertiary study. It has a particular focus on differences in the post-study earnings between males and females, using the Employment Outcomes of Tertiary Education (EOTE) dataset.
Author(s): Paul Mahoney, Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis Division, Ministry of Education.
Date Published: September 2011
This report looks at the group of nearly 30,000 young domestic students who last enrolled in a tertiary education provider in 2003, and examines the influence of their tertiary education on their earnings in the first year following study and three years post-study.
Author(s): David Scott, Ministry of Education and Statistics New Zealand
Date Published: September 2009
This report looks at the post-study earnings of those who borrowed through the Student Loan Scheme. It looks at the earnings of people three years after they left study. The analysis provides new information on the extent of change in the earnings of graduates who studied at different qualification levels.
Author(s): Bhaskaran Nair
Date Published: December 2006
This report looks at some of the factors that make a difference to one's chances of getting a bachelors degree in New Zealand.
Author(s): David Scott and Warren Smart
Date Published: October 2005
This report looks at the mobility of tertiary students in terms of the distances they travel to undertake their tertiary studies. The report provides new information on how far students travel and the reasons behind students’ decisions to travel for tertiary study.
Author(s): Scott Ussher
Date Published: September 2006
Since 1999, the Ministry of Education has provided funding for clusters of schools to develop three year ICT professional development programmes for their teachers. 23 clusters were initially approved in 1999. This evaluation of the initial clusters between 1999 and 2001 focused on:
- assessing the ingredients for successful cluster models of ICT teacher professional development;
- the effects of the professional development on classroom teaching and student learning;
- wider school effects of the professional development such as planning and administration.
Author(s): Vince Ham, with Alison Gilmore, Annelise Kachelhoffer, Donna Morrow, Peter Moeau and Derek Wenmoth
Date Published: 2002
What we get for what we spend: outputs and outcomes of the Government's tertiary education expenditure 2006-2010
This report synthesises the inputs, outputs and outcomes of the Government's tertiary education expenditure over the period 2006 to 2010 in eight key funds. In total, these funds distributed around $4.6 billion to providers and students in 2010.
Author(s): Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis, Ministry of Education
Date Published: February 2012
Who doesn't pay back - The characteristics of borrowers who make no progress in reducing their student loans
This paper explores the characteristics of borrowers who have not made any progress in reducing their student loan balances. The paper complements a related paper, Paying off a student loan, which explores the progress to full repayment for Student Loan Scheme borrowers.
Author(s): Roger Smyth and Jamie Hyatt
Date Published: August 2005
Early in 2000, the Government asked Dr Cathy Wylie, who is an educationalist and a researcher, to undertake a review of aspects of special education policy, SE2000. The review involved extensive consultation with schools, parents, other educators, disability organisations and providers. More than 1,000 submissions were received and Dr Wylie's review was released in August 2000.
Author(s): Dr Cathy Wylie
Date Published: August 2000
NMSSA is an annual programme to assess and understand student achievement across the curriculum in years 4 and 8 in English-medium schools.
The study has built on and extended the design of the previous National Education Monitoring Project (NEMP), which was conducted between 1995 and 2010. NMSSA incorporates more advanced psychometrics for reporting student achievement and exploring factors associated with that achievement.
Date Published: Various
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