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Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research

Dr Phillip McKenzie

1996

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Curriculum Provision In Rural Secondary Schools, Phil Mckenzie, Ross Harrold, Andrew Sturman Dec 1995

Curriculum Provision In Rural Secondary Schools, Phil Mckenzie, Ross Harrold, Andrew Sturman

Dr Phillip McKenzie

This book investigates various views, including those that say students in rural secondary schools are disadvantaged by comparison with urban students, and that rural and remote schools are excessively expensive to operate. Using qualitative materials derived from case studies of schools in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, together with qualitative analyses of recent, detailed information collected by schools, the authors provide evidence that rural and remote schools provide a curriculum directly comparable with urban schools, and that students (regardless of differences of gender or social grouping) are better served in the quality of their educational experience than many have ...


The Impact Of Vet Participation On Earnings, Phil Mckenzie, Mike Long Dec 1995

The Impact Of Vet Participation On Earnings, Phil Mckenzie, Mike Long

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.


Transition From School To Work, Phil Mckenzie Dec 1995

Transition From School To Work, Phil Mckenzie

Dr Phillip McKenzie

No abstract provided.


Review Of Statistical Data For Research On Vocational Education And Training, Gerald Burke, Phil Mckenzie, Aija Grauze Dec 1995

Review Of Statistical Data For Research On Vocational Education And Training, Gerald Burke, Phil Mckenzie, Aija Grauze

Dr Phillip McKenzie

This review was prompted by rapid changes in the vocational education and training (VET) sector, the introduction of new data collections relating to VET, and initiatives to expand and focus research on VET. The Australian National Training Authority Research Advisory Council (ANTARAC) established a working group to examine existing databases and to advise on the data needed to underpin emerging VET research priorities. The review involved consideration of VET policy concerns, the major statistical data collections, a survey of and interviews with researchers who are extensive data users, the data problems in four major research areas, and discussions on developments ...