School Evaluation Indicators: Effective Practice for Improvement and Learner Success (Trial Document)

By: Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake MātaurangaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Mātauranga, Wellington New Zealand. Edition: July, 2016Description: 44 pagesSubject(s): Expert Partners | School Evaluation | Evaluation | ERO | Education Review OfficeOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: The review and revision of the Education Review Office (ERO)’s evaluation indicators for use in school evaluation reflects our deepening understanding of how schools improve and the role of evaluation in that improvement process. Evaluation indicators were first introduced by ERO in 2003 and revised in 2010. ERO recognises that the evaluation indicators and supporting material will evolve and change over time in light of new research and evaluation findings. The evaluation indicators are intended to be used by ERO’s review officers and schools in their evaluation activities. This revision of the evaluation indicators provides a significant opportunity for the New Zealand education system to refocus on what matters most in improving schools and outcomes for all our students.
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The review and revision of the Education Review Office (ERO)’s evaluation
indicators for use in school evaluation reflects our deepening understanding of
how schools improve and the role of evaluation in that improvement process.
Evaluation indicators were first introduced by ERO in 2003 and revised in 2010.
ERO recognises that the evaluation indicators and supporting material will evolve
and change over time in light of new research and evaluation findings.
The evaluation indicators are intended to be used by ERO’s review officers and
schools in their evaluation activities.
This revision of the evaluation indicators provides a significant opportunity for the
New Zealand education system to refocus on what matters most in improving
schools and outcomes for all our students.

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