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  1. Appendix 2: RTLB Clusters in this evaluation

    Cluster No. Lead School/Kura Name Cluster Area No. ofSchools RTLB FTTE 2017 1 Taipa Area School Northland 70 26 2 Whangarei Girls High Whangarei 76 25 3 Red Beach School Hibiscus Coast/Rodney 36 14 4 Campbells Bay School North Shore 70 30 5 Don Buck School Massey/Henderson/Te Atatu 50 32 6 Arahoe School Kelston/Avondale 29 20 7 Newmarket School Mt Eden/Mt Roskill/Mt Albert 65 36 8 Royal Oak School Tamaki/Remuera/Maungakiekie 50 30 9 Southern Cross Campus Otahuhu/Mangere...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/resource-teachers-learning-and-behaviour-governing-and-managing-rtlb-clusters/appendix-2-rtlb-clusters-in-this-evaluation/

  2. Appendix 2:

    Adolescent Health Research Group. (2009) The Social Climate of Secondary Schools in New Zealand. Auckland: University of Auckland. Akey, T. (2006) School Context, Student Attitudes and Behaviour, and Academic Achievement: An Exploratory Analysis. New York: MDRC. Bishop, R, M Berryman, T Tiakiwai and C Richardson. (2003) Te Kōtahitanga: The Experiences of Year 9 and 10 Māori Students in Mainstream Classrooms. Wellington: Ministry of Education. Blatchford, P, S Hallam, J Ireson, P Kutnick and...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/evaluation-at-a-glance-transitions-from-primary-to-secondary-school/appendix-2/

  3. Findings

    In identifying secondary schools that were effective in raising achievement, the key features considered were: the use of evidence to inform the school’s analysis of its patterns of success or failure the extent to which school personnel had a well-informed understanding of why both individuals and groups of students have previously succeeded or failed the effective implementation of curriculum, pastoral care and/or careers initiatives targeted at improving achievement changes in student achie...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/raising-achievement-in-secondary-schools/findings/

  4. Appendix 5: ERO's literature review of risk factors to Year 9 school success

    In May 2016, ERO completed a literature review (see below) of the risk factors likely to be important in Year 9 Plus outcomes in 2016, using a social investment approach. We did this as background for the student voice interviews we undertook later that month. The highest risk factors found in the review to be significant to later educational success after Year 8 in schooling are in Figure 17. Figure 17: Risk Factors to Year 9 student engagement and achievement Family background Household...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/appendix-5-eros-literature-review-of-risk-factors-to-year-9-school-success/

  5. Introduction

    Factors both inside and outside of school contribute to lower student engagement at school. Students from low income communities often face more barriers to learning than students from high income communities.National data on students’ achievement and engagement1 show that students in the lowest quintile2 schools are more likely to have poorer achievement levels and to be stood-down than students in the highest quintile schools. 3 Over 80 percent of all stand‑downs, suspensions and exclus...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/towards-equitable-outcomes-in-secondary-schools-good-practice/introduction/