NSW SSNP Reports to Commonwealth

 

This report provides a profile of the NSW teaching workforce. It includes data that detail teachers' characteristics and experiences from entry into initial teacher education through to exit from the profession. The report provides information on both government and non-government school teachers as well as teachers in training.

The Workforce Profile of the NSW Teaching Profession - 2014 update has been created in response to element 5.1 of Great Teaching, Inspired Learning (GTIL), the NSW Government's plan for improving the quality of teaching and learning in NSW schools. It is produced annually. The 2014 update builds on data included in the Workforce Profile of the NSW Teaching Profession 2014.

 

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Published in Research Report

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Bilateral Agreements with the Commonwealth to implement the three Smarter Schools National Partnerships require regular reporting to the Commonwealth on progress towards implementing the reforms of each Partnership.

The three NSW Smarter Schools National Partnerships are Improving Teacher Quality (ITQ NP), Literacy and Numeracy (LN NP) and Low Socio-economic Status School Communities (Low SES NP).

For each calendar year, NSW produces two state-wide, cross-sectoral reports on behalf of the government, Catholic and independent schools sectors - a Progress Report due in October (for the first six months of the year), followed by an Annual Report due in April (for the previous year).
 
Acceptance of the reports by the Commonwealth triggers further SSNP funding to NSW.

 

2013

Annual Report (PDF, 1Mb)

Progress Report (PDF, 1Mb)

 

2012

Annual Report (PDF, 1Mb)

Progress Report (PDF, 1.5Mb)

 

2011

Annual Report (PDF, 2Mb)

Progress Report (PDF, 1Mb)

 

2010

Annual Report (PDF, 1Mb)

Progress Report (PDF, 1Mb)

 

2009

Annual Report (PDF, 1.1Mb)

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