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1998

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Longitudinal Surveys Of Australian Youth Is A Program Of Surveys Of Young People Conducted By, Stephen Lamb Oct 1998

Longitudinal Surveys Of Australian Youth Is A Program Of Surveys Of Young People Conducted By, Stephen Lamb

LSAY Technical Reports

Students participating in LSAY were originally sampled in 1995 from 298 schools nationally. In 1996 the schools from which the original sample of students was drawn, took part in a survey to collect information about the features and programs of schools, as well as features of teachers and teaching, which might influence the progress of students in their school and in their later work careers. The survey involved two questionnaires: (1) a school questionnaire to be completed by the principal (or other school representative) and (2) a questionnaire to a sample of ten Year 10 teachers. The school questionnaire collected ...


Codebook: The Lsay 1996 School Survey Technical Paper No. 12, Stephen Lamb Oct 1998

Codebook: The Lsay 1996 School Survey Technical Paper No. 12, Stephen Lamb

LSAY Technical Reports

Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth is a program of surveys of young people conducted by ACER with funding from the Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs. The surveys focus on the education and labour market experiences of groups of young Australians, beginning from their middle years of secondary schooling. Data collected include basic demographic variables, as well as information about educational and labour force participation extending over a number of years. The school survey Students participating in LSAY were originally sampled in 1995 from 298 schools nationally. In 1996 the schools from which the original sample of ...