Improving Literacy and Numeracy National Partnership
Thursday, 23 February 2017 10:48

Schools: Language diversity in NSW 2016

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This bulletin summarises the diversity of students with a language background other than English (LBOTE) who are enrolled in NSW government schools in 2016.

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Monday, 18 January 2016 17:01

Schools: Language diversity in NSW 2015

Language diversity 2015

This bulletin summarises the diversity of students with a language background other than English (LBOTE) who are enrolled in NSW government schools in 2015.

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Identifying high performing schools is an important step in developing the evidence base about “what works” to
improve educational outcomes for students.

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Published in Research Report
Tuesday, 17 September 2013 15:49

Getting the funding right

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CESE has developed a new measure of school socio-economic status, the Family Occupation and Education Index (FOEI), to accurately identify levels of socio-economic disadvantage. This publication outlines what FOEI is, how it assesses disadvantage and makes comparisons with other related measures.

Download the full publication (pdf, 1.0MB) and read the accompanying report from NIASRA which discusses the technical issues associated with missing data and the regression modelling underpinning FOEI, and its recommendations of statistical methods to deal with these issues.

Published in Learning Curve

Improving Literacy and Numeracy National Partnership

The Improving Literacy and Numeracy National Partnership uses evidence-based approaches to lift the performance of students in literacy and numeracy, particularly for students who are falling behind and require extra support.

The Partnership builds on the most successful strategies implemented in the previous National Partnership on Literacy and Numeracy, recognising the importance of:
• a whole-school approach to quality teaching
• inspirational leadership towards a culture of continuous school improvement
• using evidence and data to identify and address students' needs, using the most effective resources
• building capacity through professional learning
• collaboration and shared responsibility.

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NSW Stats at a Glance 2012

New South Wales Stats at a Glance 2012 provides a summary of the statistics on primary and secondary education in New South Wales for 2012, including data across the government, Catholic and independent education sectors and national comparisons.

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