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Course innovation in the senior secondary curriculum: A snapshot taken in July 2007

This report provides evidence of the extent of course innovation in the senior secondary school, as at July 2007. This evidence has been gathered to inform the work of the Ministry of Education as they make wider policy decisions about senior secondary education.

The report documents the findings of a web-based survey used to take a snapshot of the extent of subject and assessment innovation in the senior secondary school in mid-2007. Principals were contacted by email and given password protected access to the survey, which was to be completed by a staff member with a good overview on the school's curriculum. The survey remained live on the Internet for 10 days. During this time, 141 schools visited the site and 124 schools completed and submitted their survey. These schools were a good representation of the full diversity of settings in which secondary school students learn.

Hipkins, R. (2007). Course innovation in the senior secondary curriculum: A snapshot taken in July 2007. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

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2007
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Research report
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NZCER
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