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  1. Schools and kura with international students

    For schools and kura with international students, ERO evaluates the overall quality of education provided for international students. This includes an audit of the schools’ self-review of policies and processes that give effect to the Education (Pastoral Care for International Students) Code of Practice 2016 undertaken on behalf of the Code Administrator, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. ERO focuses on the overall quality of provision for international students, their pastoral care, t...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/how-ero-reviews/ero-reviews-of-schools-and-kura/schools-and-kura-with-international-students/

  2. Appendix 2: Self review questions for your school

    1. How effectively is our school reviewing its provision for international students? we monitor compliance with the Code effectively to ensure all requirements are met we report annually to the Ministry of Education on the results of our self review our BOT receives annual reports based on self review and strategic planning of the international programme our review process is based on analysis of a range of information about students’ welfare, academic progress, and social integration. 2. Wh...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students-2/appendix-2-self-review-questions-for-your-school/

  3. Introduction

    On 1 July 2010, there were 9,661 international students enrolled in 580 New Zealand schools.[3] The education of these students is of significance to New Zealand’s economy and relationships with other countries. International students are entitled to receive high quality care while studying in New Zealand.In July 2010 these international (fee paying) students comprised 1.3 percent of the New Zealand school population.[4] Most came from Asia (89 percent), with the majority from South Korea, Chi...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students-2/introduction/

  4. Appendix 4: Self-review questions

    1. How effectively is the school reviewing its provision and outcomes for international students? We review our performance annually and record the outcomes in a form that can be made available to the Ministry of Education if requested (s28.3 of the Code). Our review process is ongoing and is based on analysis of a range of information about students’ welfare, academic progress, and social integration. Our Board of Trustees receives annual reports based on self review and strategic planning...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/appendix-4-self-review-questions/

  5. Overview

    International education is socially and economically important to New Zealand. The Ministry of Education publication, The International Education Agenda, A Strategy for 2007-2012[1] provides a framework for international education providers, including schools, and identifies priority areas for government action. Goal 2 of the strategy and its key outcomes are the most relevant for New Zealand schools in relation to their enrolment of international students:Goal 2: international students are enri...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students-2/overview/

  6. National Report Summary - Schools' provision for international students

    International students are socially and economically important to New Zealand. They enrich our cultural diversity and provide a source of revenue.School’s Provision for International Students is ERO’s seventh report about international students. This evaluation included 95 schools (both primary and secondary) and focused on five aspects in relation to international students – integration, progress and achievement, education programme, pastoral care, overall approach and self review.ERO fou...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/national-report-summary-schools-provision-for-international-students/

  7. Schools’ Provision for International Students

    Open this report as a printable PDF      (850 kB) This national report is ERO’s seventh report about international students. This evaluation included 95 schools (both primary and secondary) and focused on five aspects in relation to international students – integration, progress and achievement, education programme, pastoral care, overall approach and self review. National Report Summary We have also put together a summary of the report. The summary captures the key points and includes...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/

  8. Schools’ Provisions for International Students

     Open this report as a printable PDF      (956 kB) This evaluation looked at how effectively schools provide for the needs of their international students. The findings showed that the majority of schools reviewed were effective in their overall approach, but only three-quarters were able to show that their international students were progressing or achieving very well or well. The report makes recommendations for schools and the Ministry of Education....

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provisions-for-international-students/

  9. Appendix Three: Self-review questions

    1. How effectively is the school reviewing its provisions and outcomes for international students? We review our performance annually and record the outcomes in a form that can be made available to the Ministry of Education if requested (s28.3 of the Code). Our review process is ongoing and is based on analysis of a range of information about students’ welfare, academic progress, and social integration. Our BOT receives annual reports based on self review and strategic planning of the internat...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provisions-for-international-students/appendix-three-self-review-questions/

  10. Introduction

    Strategic environment for international education in New ZealandInternational education is important to New Zealand, both socially and economically. The education of international students in New Zealand benefits the New Zealand economy and New Zealand’s relationships with other countries. In the school sector, international students add to the cultural diversity of New Zealand schools and provide a source of revenue.The International Education Agenda, A Strategy for 2007-2012[4], sets out the...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provisions-for-international-students/introduction/

  11. Appendix Four: Definitions

    International students For the purpose of this report, ‘an international student’ is a student who is enrolled by a provider, and who, in relation to the provider, is a foreign student as defined in the Education Act, 1989 (Section 2 or 159, whichever is applicable). These students have entered New Zealand for the purpose of study (in Years 1 to 15) and do not have a right to an automatic place in a New Zealand school. A ‘young’ international student is a student in Years 1 to 8. Desig...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provisions-for-international-students/appendix-four-definitions/

  12. Overview

    The International Education Agenda, A Strategy for 2007-2012 [1]sets out the Government’s vision and strategy to support the continued development of sustainable, high quality, innovative international education in New Zealand.International education is socially and economically important to New Zealand. The education of international students in New Zealand benefits the economy and New Zealand’s relationships with other countries. In the school sector, international students add to the cult...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provisions-for-international-students/overview/

  13. Next steps

    ERO recommends that schools with international students: undertake effective self review based on a range of analysed information about international students’ welfare, academic progress, and social integration regularly report on the results of their self review to their board of trustees and the Ministry of Education. ERO recommends that the Ministry of Education continues to work with schools to develop appropriate expectations for reporting the results of schools’ self review related t...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students-2/next-steps/

  14. Appendix 3: Definitions

    International studentsFor the purpose of this report, ‘international students’ are students who are enrolled by a provider, and who, in relation to the provider, are foreign students as defined in the Education Act, 1989 (Section 2 or 159, whichever is applicable). These students have entered New Zealand for the purpose of study (in Years 1 to 15) and do not have a right to an automatic place in a New Zealand school.Boarding establishment‘Boarding establishment’ means: a school hostel or...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students-2/appendix-3-definitions/

  15. Findings

    ERO evaluated the provision of education for international students in all schools with international students that were reviewed during Terms 3 and 4, 2011. The evaluation included 51 schools (state, integrated and private). The average number of international students in these schools was five for primary schools and 15 for secondary schools.Reviewers made judgements on six aspects of the provisions and outcomes for international students. Overall, 29 percent of schools were judged to be highl...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provisions-for-international-students/findings/

  16. Findings

    The information for this evaluation was gathered during regular ERO reviews of 93 schools. All these schools were signatories to the Code. The findings are not separated into primary and secondary, as there were no statistically significant differences between the two groups.[6]School reviewingERO evaluated how effectively schools undertook self review of their provision for international students. Figure 1 shows that half of the schools were highly effective and just over a third were generally...

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

  17. Overview

    International education is socially and economically important to New Zealand. The education of international students in New Zealand schools increases the cultural diversity of New Zealand schools and provides a source of revenue.In 2012, there were 9,460 international students enrolled in 521 New Zealand schools, with 89 percent enrolled in secondary schools. The largest numbers of school students came from China, South Korea, Germany, Japan and Thailand.The International Education Agenda, A S...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/overview/

  18. Appendix 5: Definitions

    International students For the purpose of this report, ‘an international student’ is a student who is enrolled by a provider, and who, in relation to the provider, is a foreign student as defined in the Education Act, 1989 (Section 2 or 159, whichever is applicable). These students have entered New Zealand for the purpose of study (in Years 1 to 15) and do not have a right to an automatic place in a New Zealand school. A ‘young’ international student is a student in Years 1 to 8. Homes...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/appendix-5-definitions/

  19. Appendix 1: Methodology

    SampleThis evaluation is based on the 93 schools with international students that had a regular ERO review between November 2009 and October 2010. The 93 schools are from a variety of school types, as shown in Figure 5.Figure 5: Types of Schools in Sample School Type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools with international students[12] Contributing primary (Y1-6) 16 17% 21% Full primary (Y1-8) 15 16% 15% Interm...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students-2/appendix-1-methodology/