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  1. Summary of findings

    For the purpose of this evaluation ERO evaluated six aspects of the collection and use of assessment information. Schools’ effectiveness across these six areas varied considerably.ERO found that: 60 percent of schools had developed and implemented an effective integrated school‑wide approach to assessment processes and information; the achievement information in 58 percent of schools was effectively demonstrating students’ achievements and progress; the interaction of assessment with teach...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/the-collection-and-use-of-assessment-information-in-schools/summary-of-findings/

  2. Appendix 1: Statistics of kura in the sample

    Table 1: Kura type Type of kura Number % of sample National % Full primary (Y1-8) 5 56% 55% Composite (Y1-15) 4 44% 45% Total 9 100% 100% The sample of kura in this review was similar to national percentages for most school types.Table 2: Kura locality Locality Number % of sample National % Urban 7 78% 61% Rural 2 22% 39% Total 9 100% 100% The sample of kura in this report did not reflect the national percentages...

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  3. Appendix 2: Statistics of schools in the sample for this report

    Table 1: School types School type Number % of sample National % Full primary (Y1-8) 64 26 44 Contributing (Y1-6) 92 38 31 Intermediate (Y7-8) 13 5 5 Special School 4 2 2 Secondary (Y7-15) 12 5 4 Composite (Y1-15) 5 2 5 Secondary (Y9-15) 53 22 9 Total 243 100 100 The sample of schools in this evaluation differed significantly from national percentages for full primary and Y9-15 secondary schools. Full primary s...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/promoting-pacific-student-achievement/appendix-2-statistics-of-schools-in-the-sample-for-this-report/

  4. Appendix 2: Statistics of schools in the sample for this report

    Table 3: School types School type Number % of sample National % Full primary (Y1-8) 124 51 44 Contributing (Y1-6) 77 31 31 Intermediate (Y7-8) 10 4 5 Special School 5 2 2 Secondary (Y7-15) 5 2 4 Composite (Y1-15) 5 2 5 Secondary (Y9-15) 19 8 9 Total 245 100 100 The sample of schools in this evaluation was similar to national percentages for most school types. Full primary schools were over-represented and comp...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/preparing-to-give-effect-to-the-new-zealand-curriculum/appendix-2-statistics-of-schools-in-the-sample-for-this-report/

  5. Appendix 2: Characteristics of the schools in this study

    Table 1 shows a slight under-representation of full primary schools and an over‑representation of contributing primary schools.Table 1: School Types Type Number Study percentage National percentage Full primary 118 38 44 Contributing 125 40 31 Intermediate 10 3 5 Secondary Years 9-15 36 11 10 Secondary Years 7-15 16 5 4 Composite Years 1-15 9 3 6 Total 314 100 100 Table 8 shows that the different localities of th...

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  6. Appendix 2: Sample of schools

    SamplingERO investigated curriculum principles and teaching as inquiry in 109 schools (67 primary and 42 secondary) reviewed in Term 2 and 3, 2010. The number of classrooms evaluated in each school was dependent on the school size as shown below.Table 9: Classrooms by school roll Roll number Number of classes <300 one 300 - 700 two 700 – 1500 three 1500 four Tables below show the demographics of the sample. The sample has been compared to the national percent...

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  7. Appendix 2: Sample

    ERO received responses from 299 schools. Tables 1 to 4 show the types of schools in the sample, their decile grouping, locality, and roll size.Table 1: School types School type Number % of sample National %[7] Full primary (Y1-8) 104 35 43 Contributing (Y1-6) 104 35 31 Intermediate (Y7-8) 21 7 5 Special School 3 1 2 Restricted Composite (Y7-10) 2 1 <1 Composite (Y1-15) 13 4 6 Secondary (Y7-15) 16 5 4 Secondary...

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  8. Appendix 1: Methodology

    SampleERO evaluated the provision for gifted and talented students in all schools where ERO carried out an education review in Term 3 and Term 4, 2007. The types of schools, school locality (urban or rural) and decile ranges of the schools are shown in Tables 1 to 3 below.Table 1: School types School type Number Percentage of sample National percentage [25] Full Primary (Y1-8) 131 42 44 Contributing (Y1-6) 112 36 32 Intermediate (Y7-8) 16 5 5 Special (Y1-15) 2 <1 2 Secondary (Y7-...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-gifted-and-talented-students/appendix-1-methodology/

  9. Appendix 1: Sample of schools

    The type, location, rolls and decile range of the 93 schools involved in this evaluation are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below.Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[6] Full primary (Years 1-8) 44 47 48 Contributing (Years 1-6) 35 38 34 Intermediate and middle schools (Years 7-10) 6 7 6 Composite (Years 1-10 and Years 1-15) 5 5 7 Secondary (Years 7-15) 3 3 5...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/raising-achievement-in-primary-schools-alim-and-all/appendix-1-sample-of-schools/

  10. Appendix 1: Statistics of schools in the sample for this report

    ERO evaluated progress with success for Māori in all schools where an education review took place in Terms 2 and 3, 2009. The types, locality (urban or rural), decile range and roll size groups of schools are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below.Table 1: School types School type Number Percentage of sample National percentage [28] Full primary (Y1-8) 104 36 44 Contributing (Y1-6) 110 38 31 Intermediate (Y7-8) 9 3 5 Special School 4 2 2 Secondary (Y7-...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/promoting-success-for-maori-students-schools-progress/appendix-1-statistics-of-schools-in-the-sample-for-this-report/

  11. Appendix 1: Sample of schools

    The type, location, rolls and decile range of the 193 schools involved in this evaluation are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below. Tables 1 and 2 show that school type and location was representative of national figures.Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[22] Full primary (Years 1-8) 93 48 48 Contributing (Years 1-6) 66 34 34 Intermediate and middle schools (Years7-10) 11 6 6...

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  12. Appendix 3: Schools in sample

    Differences between the sample and the national population of schools were not statistically significant.[11]Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[12] Full primary (Year 1‑8) 23 35 43 Contributing (Year 1‑6) 26 40 32 Intermediate (Year 7‑8) 1 1 5 Composite (Year 1‑15) 1 1 5 Secondary (Year 7‑15) 4 6 5 Secondary (Year 9‑15) 11 17 10 Total 66 100 100[13] Table 2: Decile Decil...

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  13. Appendix 2: Further analysis of findings

    Judgements for different types of schoolERO compared judgements on each of the five key aspects for schools with different characteristics.1 Although the number of schools in each sub-group is too small to present results separately, some trends were identified.Although there were no statistically significant differences among schools with different numbers of international students, schools with more international students tended to receive higher ratings. For example, 41 percent of schools wi...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/appendix-2-further-analysis-of-findings/

  14. Appendix 1: Schools responding to survey

    Table 1: Schools responding to the survey   Number of schools responding Percentage of responding schools National percentage School type       Full primary (Years 1-8) Contributing (Years 1-6) Intermediate (Years 7-8) Composite (Years 1-15, Years 1-10) Secondary (Years 7-15) Secondary (Years 9-15, Years 11-15) 115 84 7 7 11 20 47 34 3 3 4 8 44 31 5 6 4 10 Location of school       Main urban Secondary urban Minor urban Rural 115 19 27 84 47 8 11 34 53 6...

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  15. Appendix 1: The demographics of the sample

    Table 1: Schools by decile School decile group Number Percentage of sample National percentage Low (decile 1-3) 17 25.0 32 Medium (decile 4-7) 31 45.6 39 High (decile 8-10) 20 29.4 29 Total 68 100 100 Table 2: Schools by size School Roll size Number Percentage of sample National percentage Very small 2 2.9 11 Small 17 25.0 26 Medium 32 47.1 36 Large 14 20.6 19 Very large 3 4.4 8 Tot...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/literacy-and-mathematics-in-years-9-and-10-using-achievement-information-to-promote-success/appendix-1-the-demographics-of-the-sample/

  16. Appendix 2: Statistics for sample of schools

    This evaluation involved 237 schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Terms 3 and 4, 2010. The types of schools, roll size, school locality (urban or rural) and decile ranges of the schools are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below.Table 1: School types School type Number Percentage of sample National percentage[7] Full Primary (Years 1‑8) 110 46 48 Contributing Primary (Years 1‑6) 94 40 34 Intermediate (Years 7‑8) 12 5 6 Special School 3...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/working-with-the-national-standards-raising-student-achievement-in-reading-writing-and-mathematics/appendix-2-statistics-for-sample-of-schools/

  17. Appendix 2: Statistics for sample of schools

    This evaluation involved 228 schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Terms 1 and 2, 2010. The types of schools, roll size, school locality (urban or rural) and decile ranges of the schools are shown in Tables 1 to 5 below.Table 1: School types School type Number Percentage of sample National percentage [17] Full Primary (Year 1‑8) 104 46 48 Contributing Primary (Year 1‑6) 82 36 36 Intermediate (Year 7‑8) 15 7 6 Special School 4...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/working-with-the-national-standards-within-the-new-zealand-curriculum/appendix-2-statistics-for-sample-of-schools/

  18. Appendix 1: Methodology

    Evaluation framework and approach Two overarching evaluative questions guided this evaluation: How well do teachers assess, plan and teach reading and writing to children in Years 1 and 2?   How well does the school promote and monitor high achievement expectations in reading and writing in Years 1 and 2?  ERO collected evidence for the two overarching evaluative questions and a set of investigative questions by observing teacher practice, talking with key groups of teachers and senior staff...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/reading-and-writing-in-years-1-and-2/appendix-1-methodology/

  19. Appendix 1: Sample of schools

    This evaluation involved 81 primary schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Term 4, 2012. The types of schools, roll size, school locality (urban or rural) and decile ranges of the schools are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below.Table 1: School type School type Number of schools Percentage of sample National percentage[6] Full Primary (Years 1–8) 33 41 55 Contributing Primary (Years 1–6) 42 52 39 Intermediate (Years 7–8) 6 7 6 Total 81...

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