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  1. Stakeholders: effective practice in services and schools

    This section captures stakeholders’ views about optimum conditions in services and schools for CLD learners to experience success. It further analyses and presents effective strategies and practices ERO found across Auckland early learning services and schools, and what stakeholders deemed as working well.Conditions for SuccessERO spoke with Auckland‑based stakeholders who work directly with, and support, immigrant families as they arrive and settle in New Zealand. We asked stakeholders wha...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/responding-to-language-diversity-in-auckland/stakeholders-effective-practice-in-services-and-schools/

  2. Background

    Māori success in schoolingIn 2009 Māori made up approximately 22 percent of the students in New Zealand schools with just under 167,000 students. Māori students made up over half of the roll in 19 percent of schools. Māori students made up at least 15 percent of the roll in 60 percent of New Zealand schools.National Education Monitoring Project data, from 2000 to 2008, shows that there have been small improvements for Māori students in writing, reading, and mathematics relative to the score...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/promoting-success-for-maori-students-schools-progress/background/

  3. Findings

    Careers New Zealand’s Benchmarks and ERO’s previous evaluation of careers education (see Appendix 4) indicate that a well-designed, whole-school approach to careers education and guidance includes: understanding careers education and guidance as an integral part of preparing students for life beyond school detailed planning to develop careers education and guidance programmes, including professional development for staff designing specific careers education and guidance programmes across...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/careers-education-and-guidance-good-practice/findings/

  4. Introduction

    This evaluation is part of the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project. It focuses on the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools with students in Years 9 to 13and is being undertaken in two phases.This report presents the findings from phase one of the evaluation and comprises the results of three online surveys. Phase two, undertaken in Term 2, 2013, involved visits to 49 schools and kura to evaluate their provision of guidance and counselling, and will be reported on s...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/guidance-and-counselling-in-schools-survey-findings/introduction/