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Student opinion surveys (SOSs) are commonly used in universities to measure student perceptions of teaching performance. Ostensibly their prime purpose is to improve teaching quality. This paper critically examines SOSs in eight Australian universities where survey design and analysis were...
Using prospective data from an 18-year longitudinal study of a birth cohort of 657 New Zealand children, this paper examines the effects of single-sex and coeducational secondary schooling on children's academic achievement. This analysis showed a pervasive tendency for children attending...
The overall rate of omission of items for 28331 17-year-old Australian students on a high-stakes test of achievement in the common elements or cognitive skills of the senior school curriculum is reported for a subtest in multiple-choice format and a subtest in short-response format. For the...
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