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How high expectations and engagement in primary school drive student learning
CESE has recently published new research and a suite of resources relating to high expectations and student engagement, including:
  • How high expectations and engagement in primary school drive student learning report
  • Warwick Farm Public School case study
  • Liverpool West Public School case study
  • Reflection guide for school networks
  • Reflection guide for schools
The report highlights the significant impact that high expectations and student engagement in Years 5, 6 and 7 have on academic achievement in Year 7.

The research uses Tell Them From Me data from 2015-2017 to track student engagement and teachers’ high expectation and links these to student academic achievement in Year 5 and 7 NAPLAN tests.

The two case studies explore student engagement and effective classroom practices in Liverpool West Public School and Warwick Farm Public School. In these schools, high expectations are maintained and fostered through school culture.

Read the full report, case studies and reflection guides.


NSW secondary students' post-school destinations and expectations, 2018
Did you know a higher proportion of NSW students are entering post-school education or training?
Our latest report found that the proportion of early school leavers entering further education or training has increased by just over three percentage points since 2015 (from 53.8% to 57.1%).

For Year 12 completers, more than two thirds (69.2%) were in some form of education or training six months after finishing school in 2018.
The post-school destinations 2018 report is accompanied by two fact sheets: The resources provide insights into pathways once students finish school, from the type of pathway chosen, to what type of subject area students are choosing to study.
 
Revisiting gifted education audio paper
The ‘Revisiting gifted education’ audio paper is now available on Soundcloud and ITunes.

Learn more about the effective practices in gifted education for schools and teachers, and how these education programs can help all students achieve their educational potential.
CESE out and about
Our Revisiting gifted education poster was spotted at UNSW School of Education. You can download or order CESE posters from our website. 
CESE’s Evaluation and Capability Lead, Lindy Cavanagh, ran a ‘Reflect and reset’ workshop at Tuggerah. You can access the reflect and reset resources from the Evaluation resource hub.

Picture source: Twitter @LindyCavanagh
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