Public Achievement Information (PAI)
Public Achievement Information is a collection of infographics that summarise a wide range of education topics. The aim of the graphics is to help explain complex topics and provide a better understanding of New Zealand’s education system.
PAI includes information about how New Zealand's education system is progressing, at national, regional and local levels. PAI supports public achievement and collective action with its focus on improving transparency and promoting the effective use of information to support improvement.
The public availability of a range of information is intended to build understanding of the progress and achievement of students at all levels of the education system, and to focus attention on where there is limited progress or barriers to achievement. Good quality information will provide the basis for communities, families, parents and whānau to engage and collaborate with schools and kura, and with other local stakeholders to support the achievement of their students. To search for public achievement relating to a specific school go to: Find a School.
New Zealand Education
Key statistics from early childhood education through to 18 years of age.
Data that supports councils to develop their own responses to the needs of their community.
These profiles have been developed to help iwi better understand how the young people in their rohe and students affiliated with the iwi are progressing in education, from ear…
National Standards 2016, Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori 2016, School Leavers, Māori Achievement and Pasifika Achievement profiles.