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Communities of Learning - March 2017

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COMMUNITY OF LEARNING
ACHIEVEMENT CHALLENGES
TRENDS IN ACCEPTED ACHIEVEMENT CHALLENGES FROM THE FIRST 60 CoLs IN NEW ZEALAND
UNLEASH EDUCATION
DATA FROM EDUCATIONCOUNTS.GOVT.NZ
ASSESSMENTS
Out of all the achievement challenges that have been accepted, these are the percentages of CoL's that reference one one or more of the National Standards subjects.
Out of all of the achievement challenges that have been accepted, these are the percentages that mention one or more of the different NCEA Levels
1.
2.
CURRICULUM SUBJECTS
Out of all the possible focuses of the multitude of Communities of Learning, these are the percentages that mention one or more of the following curriculum subjects.
Overall, the "Three R's" make up 95% of the subjects mentioned, with the majority of the remaining percent made up from Science.
3.
NON-ACADEMIC FACTORS
Māori
PI
NZE
Several CoL's have used Ethnicity and Gender to focus their achievement challenges on. The following are the accepted percentages of these achievement challenges.
Boys
Girls
ONE, TWO, OR BOTH
4.
14%
35%
Mentions National Standards
Mentions NCEA
Mentions One, Other, or Both
"As of February 2017 there were 180 Communities of Learning spread throughout New Zealand, with 1503 schools, 95 early learning services and 3 tertiary providers part of a Community of Learning involving more than 495,000 students."
- March 2017 - https://www.education.govt.nz/communities-of-learning/evidence-and-data/
61 out of 180 Communities of Learning have had their Achievement Challenges approved.