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  1. 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/

  2. 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/

  3. 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...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/including-students-with-high-needs-primary-schools/appendix-1-sample-of-schools/

  4. 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...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/working-with-national-standards-to-promote-students-progress-and-achievement/appendix-1-statistics-for-sample-of-schools/

  5. 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...

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

  6. Learning from home expectations differ from real experience

    Students and teachers were positive about learning from home under Covid Level 4 and Level 3, but practical challenges have made the experience more difficult, according to two studies undertaken by the Education Review Office (ERO). The complete report is available here: COVID-19 - Learning in Lockdown. For students, the concern was particularly felt by older students, most noticeably those in years 11-13 who are working through NCEA in 2020. Three quarters of these students felt they were not...

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  7. 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...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/food-nutrition-and-physical-activity-in-nz-schools-and-early-learning-services/appendix-3-schools-and-services-in-this-evaluation/