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Springboards 2 practice: Enhancing effective practice in education

This is a summary of effective teaching practices for building capability in education for students who have moderate and high education needs.

Educationally powerful connections with parents and whānau

This Education Review Office (ERO) report is an evaluation of how 256 schools worked with parents and whānau to respond to students at risk of underachievement. Examples focus schools that worked with parents and whānau to accelerate and support progress and improve achievement.

Secondary Schools: Pathways for future education, training, and employment (July 2013)

This report investigates how well 74 secondary schools have prepared their students for future opportunities in education, training, and employment.

On the edge of adulthood: Summary of key findings from the competent learners @ 16 project

Results of interviews with 447 students aged 16 about leaving school. This survey was part of a longitudinal study which began in 1993 and follows the progress of 500 New Zealanders from early childhood education through schooling and beyond.

16 and 17 year old learners ‘at risk’ of low achievement and poor outcomes

Research commissioned by the Ministry of Education to explore the achievements and transitions of 16- and 17-year-old students with moderate special education needs.

It’s not all black and white: The transition of students with dyslexia into the first year of university study

This thesis examines the experiences of four students with dyslexia at one New Zealand university. The ways in which the students frame their understanding of dyslexia and how this affects their approach to learning at university are examined.

This is a Ministry of Education initiative

Building a world-leading education system that equips all New Zealanders with the knowledge, skills, and values to be successful citizens in the 21st century.