National Report on Schooling in Australia
Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA)
PO Box 202, Carlton South, VIC 3053
Telephone (03) 9639 0588
Facsimile (03) 9639 1790
This annual publication was first adopted in 1989 as part of a commitment to improving Australian schooling within a framework of national collaboration. The purpose of this publication is to report on the progress made during the year in regards to achievements of national goals for schooling across some 10,000 schools in Australian States and Territories. Alongside this information, it provides analysis and comment on the achievements made, and where further development needs to be made. The publication also provides contextual information on schooling in Australia and detailed tables of data. The benchmark results for national literacy and numeracy are also published in the National Report on Schooling in Australia.
With the adoption, in 2000, of the National Goals for Schooling in the Twenty-first Century, the report focusses each year on the priority areas of :
Student outcomes, such as the literacy and numeracy benchmark results, are reported for each of the areas where Key Performance Measures have been developed.
Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs, National Report on Schooling in Australia, Curriculum Corporation, Melbourne.
GO TO CONTENTS OF THE DIRECTORY OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS
GO TO DATA SOURCES
- Student participation and attainment
- Vocational education and training in schools
- Information and communication technologies
- Indigenous education and
- Civics and citizenship education.
This page last updated 8 March 2007