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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and disadvantaged youth
Improving educational outcomes for Indigenous¹ youth and disadvantaged young Australians, especially those, achievement low educational qualifications low levels of participation in post-school education, Education Agreement: Performance Report 2009, p. 56) COAG has set targets to lift educational attainment and to close the gap between the educational outcomes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, Directions in Indigenous Education 2005–2008 establishment of integrated Children and Family
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Assessment PISA
educationEnrolmentAttendanceProgressionRetentionAssessment NAPLANAssessment NAPSLAssessment PISA(current) Funding Australia’s schoolsAdditional, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.7 Assessment: Programme for International, for International Student Assessment in this report and from the Australian Council for Educational Research, for schooling in the National Education Agreement. The proportions achieving at or above the proficient, level by Indigenous status; proportion of students achieving at or above the proficient standard
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Retention
educationEnrolmentAttendanceProgressionRetention(current) Assessment NAPLANAssessment NAPSLAssessment PISAFunding Australia’s schoolsAdditional, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.4 Retention Apparent retention rates, separately for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Indigenous) and non-Indigenous students. Key Performance Measure 7 (h) Table 7.7 Comparative Indigenous and non-Indigenous apparent retention rates from Year 7/8 to Year 10 and Year 12, Australia, 2009
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Partnerships
educational outcomes for their disadvantaged students, including Indigenous students, students from non, in National initiatives and achievements – Improving educational outcomes for Indigenous youth, . The National Partnership includes a specific focus on ensuring preschool education is available to Indigenous, on Early Childhood Education is available on the DEEWR website. National Partnership for Indigenous Early, and achievementsPartnerships(current) Teaching and leadershipEarly childhood educationMiddle years
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Progression
and youth transitionsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educationEnrolmentAttendanceProgression, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.3 Progression Apparent grade progression, . The Year 11 to 12 grade progression rates show that compared to non-Indigenous students, a considerably, senior school studies. Table 7.5 Comparative Indigenous and non-Indigenous, Indigenous and non-Indigenous rates, Australia, 2009 Grade progression
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Assessment NAPLAN
educationEnrolmentAttendanceProgressionRetentionAssessment NAPLAN(current) Assessment NAPSLAssessment PISAFunding Australia’s schoolsAdditional, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.5 Assessment: NAPLAN (First Page, , as well as by Indigenous status. NAPLAN results are reported at the school level on the My, them at or above the minimum standard and mean scale score for Reading, by Indigenous status. Further information about student achievement in Reading, by Indigenous status, is available from
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Assessment NAPLAN
educationEnrolmentAttendanceProgressionRetentionAssessment NAPLANAssessment NAPSLAssessment PISAFunding Australia’s schoolsAdditional, and Torres Strait Islander education 7.5 Assessment: NAPLAN (Second Page) Continued from, , by Indigenous status. Further information about student achievement in Numeracy, by Indigenous, by Indigenous status, Australia, 2009 Status Percentage of students, ) Year 3 Indigenous CI± 74.0
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Assessment NAPSL
educationEnrolmentAttendanceProgressionRetentionAssessment NAPLANAssessment NAPSL(current) Assessment PISAFunding Australia’s schoolsAdditional, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.6 Assessment: NAP – Science Literacy, 7.12 Proportion of Year 6 sample by Indigenous status, 2009 (per cent) Indigenous, 3.2) in Science Literacy, by Indigenous status, Australia, 2009 (per cent, 3.2 3.3 4 and above Indigenous 38.6 41.8 18.6 1.0 0.0
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Enrolment
Indigenous students, by level of education(d) , Australia, 2005–2009(e, and youth transitionsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educationEnrolment(current, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.1 Enrolment The proportion of children, Education Agreement and is a new Key Performance Measure (KPM) in the Measurement Framework, and proportion of children aged 6 to 15 years enrolled in school(a)(b) by Indigenous status(c
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Attendance
and youth transitionsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educationEnrolmentAttendance(current, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 7.2 Attendance The student attendance, of this report show 2009 student attendance data by: Indigenous status school sector, -Indigenous students counted during the collection period. Attendance rates remained relatively consistent, and Torres Strait Islander attendance rates did not equal or exceed those of non-Indigenous students