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Pages with topic "NAPLAN"

13 Jun 2017 : Rising equity concerns over NAPLAN

NAPLAN must be inclusive of all students including those with a disability and those from diverse linguistic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
/news/professional-issues/professional-issues-volume-10/rising-equity-concerns-over-naplan

16 Aug 2016 : NAPLAN online: it is up to the test?

With some Queensland schools introducing online testing of NAPLAN next year, the disadvantages, more than the benefits, of digitising remain of most concern.
/news/professional-issues/professional-issues-volume-7/naplan-online-it-is-up-to-the-test

30 Sep 2015 : NAPLAN: only the test to blame for results

The disappointing preliminary results from the 2015 National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) indicates a problem with the test rather than the teaching, according to a Charles Sturt University (CSU) literacy expert.
/news/archive/2015/september-2011/naplan-only-the-test-to-blame-for-results

18 Aug 2014 : Expert review of NAPLAN needed

The need for an expert review of NAPLAN is now more apparent than ever, and has been highlighted further by this year’s low-test scores in writing skills in the wake of testing problems.
/news/archive/2014/august/expert-review-of-naplan-needed

13 May 2014 : New Senate report brings NAPLAN’s failings to light

Seven years on NAPLAN itself has been assessed by a Senate Committee and found to be in need of an overhaul. IEUA-QNT Assistant Secretary/Treasurer Paul Giles discusses these recommendations.
/news/archive/2014/may/new-senate-report-brings-naplan-s-failings-to-light