Patterns of retention in Australian government schools

by John G. Ainley

Publisher: Australian Council for Educational Research in Hawthorn, Vic

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 136-138.

StatementJohn Ainley, Margaret Batten, Hilary Miller.
SeriesACER research monograph ;, no. 27
ContributionsBatten, Margaret., Miller, Hilary.
LC ClassificationsLC146 .A35 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 172 p. :
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2626704M
ISBN 100855633948
LC Control Number85195812

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Patterns of retention in Australian government schools. Patterns of school retention were considered in relation to the influences of the economic environment, the social-psychological environment, and the school environment on individual decisions to remain in school.

Data were analyzed on three levels: school systems, schools, and students. Chapter 2 outlines the study's design and : John Ainley. Get this from a library. Patterns of retention in Australian government schools: summary report.

[Australia. Department of Education.;]. PATTERNS OF RETENTION IN AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. John Ain ley Margaret Batten, Hilary Miller. This research study was supported final cially by a grant from the. Comrpbnwealth Department of Education and Youth Affairs, the Commonwealth Schools Commission, and the Common\voalth Tertiary Education Commission.

School retention rates in Australia have improved only slightly in the last ten years. Inthe year 10 to 12 retention rate was per cent, compared to per cent in The retention rates for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, including Indigenous students and students from rural and regional areas.

sets of factors that shape student retention. The work suggested that patterns of student retention are based on a complex interplay between a range of factors including social and demographic (e.g. gender, achievement, student aspirations and motivations, family SES, ethnicity, indigenous status, health and disability.

The million students attending primary and secondary schools in August comprised million (67%) in government schools, and million (33%) in non-government schools. Overall, while student enrolments at all schools increased by % (61,) between andthis growth was not uniform across government and non-government.

This paper analyses high school completion rates, known as ‘apparent retention rates’ in Australia, from to Unlike most measures of educational attainment or participation in. reports. Senior school retention and SACE completion (PDF KB) - a summary of findings from tracking individual students through year levels 8 to 12 Phonics screening check fact sheet (PDF KB) – information about the Phonics Screening Check, introduced for year 1 students across the South Australian public education system for the first time in   The book dwells on the great public concern about educational standards and outcomes of schooling, national curriculum and testing at a time when there has been a significant shift in resources from the government sector to the corporate sector (a term properly preferred to 'private' or 'independent' schools).

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We then outline our specific research based on an Australian Government Department of Education grant that examined national data on university participation, success and retention. We address each of these elements in turn, finding the impact of enabling programs to be significant on higher education Indigenous participation and retention Cited by: 2.

This paper focuses on the examination of teacher attrition and retention research in Australia over the two decades from A qualitative study was conducted using a thematic content analysis methodology.

Findings are discussed in terms of the studies’ definitions and measures of attrition, their participants, and research methodologies. schools and per cent in non-government schools (tabl e 4A.8). Conversely, nongovernment schools have a higher proportion of students that are: • students with a language background other than English inper cent in — government schools and per cent in non-government schools.

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the research shows consistent patterns. In particular, families and schools areFile Size: KB. The politics of Tasmanian school retention rates The ABS defines the apparent retention rate as being “the number of school students in a designated level/year of education expressed as a percentage of their respective cohort group in a base year” (ABS, ).

This compared with a national average of 78% in (ABS, ).Author: Grant Rodwell. In the context of the Gonksi review of school funding in Australia, he prepared a report for State and Territory governments on the comparative performance of public and private schools, long-term changes in social intakes, and local-area differences in enrolment patterns (From opportunity to outcomes.

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The figures are considered to be well established although some articles acknowledge that they are estimates. In reality, there is no robust Australian evidence, and figures do not by: 9. Retention rate of Aboriginal students in government schools for Figure for %, %.

40% Percentage of Aboriginal people with a vocational or higher education qualification in Same figure for 32%; for the non-Aboriginal population in.

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