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(29) McKenzie, Lee and Lee 'The Transformation of the New Zealand Technical High School', 27; John Nicol, The Technical Schools of New Zealand (Wellington, NZCER, 1940), 8; Auckland Technical School, Prospectus for the Session 1903, SMTC/1002, AUT; NZH, 21 March 1903:3; AJHR, E-5, 1903, p.
The seminar also explored the questions and challenges that NZCER wanted to address, including:
paper presented at NZARE/AARE 1999 Conference Melbourne Nov 29-Dec 2 1999 Wellington, NZCER 1999
Kumekawa (2001) Beyond School: Final Year Students' Experiences of the Transition to Tertiary Study or Employment, NZCER, Wellington.
Due to ethical restrictions, comparisons using the measures contained within the research methodology were not possible; however, data from the school's routine assessment schedule that included two time points were provided that included the STAR (NZCER, 2001), as well as, the overall teacher judgement in reading (OTJ-R) that was carried out in accordance to National Standards that were introduced by the Ministry of Education in 2009.
This research was funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Education through the TLRI fund administered by NZCER. We would also like to thank the teachers whose work is illustrated here and who provided feeback on an early draft of this paper.
Note: Social class categories based on the Elley-Irving socio-economic scale: ("professional": categories 1 and 2; "intermediate": category 3 including farmers and horticulturists; "skilled": category 4 excluding farmers and horticulturists); "low skilled": categories 5 and 6; with nonworking added, Test scores derived from PAT Reading Comprehension and Test of Scholastic Ability (NZCER) standardised with mean = 0, and standard deviation = 1.
Wellington, New Zealand: NZCER. Retrieved from http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/series/2303.
(2.) Te Pikinga ki Runga was first published as a NZCER Set article.
(2003), "Changing Lanes: Young People Making Sense of Pathways," in NZCER Conference: Educating for the 21st Century, 8 August 2003.
Wellington, NZ: NZCER & Bridget Williams Books.
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