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  1. Appendix 1: Statistics for sample of schools

    This evaluation involved 439 schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Terms 1, 2 and 3, 2011. 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 Nationalpercentage[7] Full Primary (Years 1‑8) 217 49 49 Contributing Primary (Years 1‑6) 166 38 34 Intermediate (Years 7‑8) 28 6 5 Secondary (Years...

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  2. Appendix 1: 2007 NCEA results by gender and year level

        Low decile Mid decile High decile       Percentage of roll achieving NCEA qualifications   NCEA Level 1 Male 46.0 59.7 67.8 Year 11 Female 52.6 68.1 81.1   Difference 6.6 8.4 13.3           NCEA Level 2 Male 44.3 58.9 67.1 Year 12 Female 54.9 70.4 80.5   Difference 10.6 11.5 13.4           NCEA Level 3 Male 27.9 43.2 55.6 Year 13 Female 40.6 57.5 72.7   Difference 12.7 14.3 17.1...

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  3. Appendix 2: Sample of schools

    The type, location, roll and decile range of the 159 schools involved in this evaluation are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below. The sample is representative of all national figures. 1Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of primary schools Full Primary (Years 1-8) 92 58 54 Contributing (Years 1-6) 56 35 40 Intermediate (Years 7 and 8) 11 7 6 Total 159 100 100 Table 2: Locatio...

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  4. Appendix 1: Characteristics of schools in this evaluation

    Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[16] Composite (Years 1-15) 4 3 18 Secondary (Years 7-15) 12 10 25 Secondary (Years 9-15) 108 87 57 Total 124 100 100         Table 2: School decile Decile Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools Low decile (1-3) 54 44 27 Middle decile (4-7) 5...

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  5. Appendix 1: School sample

    ERO generated a random sample of all state or state‑integrated, English‑medium schools in New Zealand. The sample was representative of New Zealand schools for type, decile and location.[23]Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[24]  Contributing (Year 1-6) 80 36 34 Full Primary (Year 1-8) 93 42 43 Intermediate (Year 7 and 8) 10 4 5 Composite (Year 1-15) 8 4 3 Restricted Composite (Year 7-10)...

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  6. Methodology

    ERO looked for secondary schools, decile 5 and below, with more than 200 students, with low disciplinary statistics and whose National Certificate of Achievement (NCEA) Level 2 data showed good achievement levels. Of the possible 140 secondary schools with the required decile and roll size, ERO identified only nine schools that met the achievement criteria. ERO considered additional information including the most recent ERO review reports in making the selection of schools to visit. ERO was able...

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  7. Appendix 2: Schools in this evaluation

    Schools in this evaluation6Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[7] Full primary (Years 1-8) 50 43 42 Contributing (Years 1-6) 38 33 30 Intermediate (Years 7-8) 11 9 5 Special School 1 1 1 Composite (Years 1-15) 2 2 8 Secondary (Years 7-15) 6 5 4 Secondary (Years 9-15) 8 7 9 Total 116 100 100[8] Table 2: Decile Dec...

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  8. Appendix 2: Schools in this sample

    Table 1: School Type School Type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools Special 2 1 2 Composite (Years 1 – 15) 7 5 6 Contributing (Years 1 – 6) 46 34 31 Full Primary (Years 1 – 8) 47 35 43 Intermediate (Years 7 – 8) 8 6 5 Secondary (Years 7 – 15) 7 5 4 Secondary (Years 9 – 15) 19 14 9 Total 136 100 100 Table 2: Decile Decile Group[13] Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National per...

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  9. Appendix 1: Schools included in this report

    Table 2: Schools included   Number of schools responding (254) Percentage of responding schools National percentage School type       Full primary Contributing Intermediate Composite (Years 1-15, Years 1-10) Secondary (Years 7-15) Secondary (Years 9-15, Years 11-15) 109 99 12 7 10 17 43 39 5 3 4 7 44 31 5 6 4 10 Location of school       Main urban Secondary urban Minor urban Rural 142 13 37 62 56 5 15 24 52 6 12 30 Size of school       Very sm...

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  10. Appendix 2: Sample of schools

    The following demographics relate to the sample. It should be noted that due to the fact that schools were selected on the basis of a review schedule rather than by demographic characteristics, the sample does not reflect the national percentages in terms of school type, school decile group, school size, or school locality.Table 1: Schools by type School type Number of schools Percentage of sample National percentage[35] Full primary (Years 1-8) 34 30 44 Contributing (Year...

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  11. Appendix 2: Sample and schools responding to survey

    SamplingAn online survey about appointing a principal was provided for boards that had advertised for a principal between September 2011 and August 2012. A separate random sample of schools was selected for an online survey of principals about appointing staff.[33]Responses were received from board chairpersons at 148 schools (68 percent response), and 199 principals (67 percent).Table 2: Schools visited and schools responding to the surveys   Primary schools visited Secondary schools visi...

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  12. Appendix One: Methodology

    SampleThis evaluation is based on the 51 schools with international students that had a regular ERO review in Terms 3 and 4, 2011. The 51 schools are from a variety of school types, as shown in Table 1. [9]Table 1: Types of schools in sample School type Number of schools included Percentage of schools included National percentage of schools with international students Contributing primary (Y1-6) 13 25 19 Full primary (Y1-8) 5 10 15 Intermediate (Y7-8)/Restricted...

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  13. Appendix 4: Demographics of the schools investigated and those that responded to the survey

    The table below shows the demographics of the schools that this report is based onTable 3: Schools visited and schools responding to the surveys[27]   Primary schools visited Secondary schools visited Percentage of principals surveyed National percentage   N=173 N=27 204 responses N=2430 School type         Full primary Contributing Intermediate, middle school Special 99 48 14 2   44 39 5 44 32 5 2 Composite (Years 1-15, Years 1-10) Secondary (Years 7-...

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  14. Appendix 2: ERO’s sample of schools was similar to the national picture

    Table 1: A mix of different schools was sampled School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample[1] National percentage of schools[2] Full primary (Years 1-8) 55 47 52 Contributing (Years 1-6) 52 44 40 Intermediate (Years 7-8) 10 8 6 Special 1 1 2 Total 118 100 100 [1] Differences between sample and national schools were not statistically significant. The differences between observed and expected values in T...

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  15. Appendix 6: Number of applications for teacher and principal positions

    Number of applications for teaching positionsThe Ministerial Inquiry was concerned that some schools were not as rigorous in their recruitment and appointment practices because of the short supply of teachers in particular areas, such as teachers with competent te reo.Over 90 percent of schools surveyed had appointed staff in the last two years. Three‑quarters of secondary schools and one-third of primary schools identified one or more positions that had been difficult to fill over the last fe...

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  16. Appendix 1: Sample of schools

    This evaluation involved 240 schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Term 4, 2011 and Term 1, 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 Percentage of sample National percentage[b] Full Primary (Years 1 – 8) 118 49 49 Contributing Primary (Years 1 – 6) 104 43 34 Intermediate (Years 7 – 8) 4 2 5...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/mathematics-in-years-4-to-8-developing-a-responsive-curriculum/appendix-1-sample-of-schools/

  17. Appendix 2

    Schools and Early Learning Services in the 2015-2016 sampleSchoolsThe sample included more secondary schools (Year 9-15) and fewer contributing schools than is representative of the national picture. The sample was representative of New Zealand schools in terms of decile, school location and roll size.[8]Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools[9] Contributing 115 27% 31% Full Primary 167...

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  18. Appendix 3: Schools and services in this evaluation

    The sample included more kindergartens and Playcentres, and fewer education and care and home-based education and care services, than is representative of New Zealand early learning services. This is likely because ERO schedules reviews of services that are part of a larger organisation together. The sample was representative of New Zealand early learning services in terms of EQI distribution and location.33 There were fewer small and very small schools and more very large primary schools in th...

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  19. Appendix 1: Sample of schools

    This evaluation involved 176 schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Terms 2 and 3 of 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 schools National percentage of schools with Years 1-8 students[9] Full primary (Years 1-8) 90 51 49 Contributing primary (Years 1-6) 60 34 35 Intermediate (Years...

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  20. Appendix 5: Schools in the evaluation

    This evaluation involved 100 schools in which ERO carried out an education review in Term 4, 2013. The types of schools, decile groupings, school localities (urban or rural) and roll sizes of the schools are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below.The schools sampled were broadly representative of schools nationally, although the resulting sample had proportionately fewer full primary, composite, rural, small and low decile schools.Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percent...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/continuity-of-learning-transitions-from-early-childhood-services-to-schools/appendix-5-schools-in-the-evaluation/