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Missing the point: REPORTING ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT TO KOREAN PARENTS AT ONE NEW ZEALAND HIGH SCHOOL

Author(s): 
Simon Crosby and Hyoung-Kuen Kim

How effective is school reporting, particularly for parents of international students? Schools spend considerable time and effort in reporting to parents, but little research has been conducted on reporting, or its ability to raise achievement. This article looks at how one high school reports on student achievement and how those reports are interpreted by students and parents whose first language is not English.

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