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Dec 14 2017

NAPLAN 2017 Education Results

NAPLAN 2017 Education Results Years 3 to 9

The NAPLAN 2017 results in Australia show how highly influenced the results are by each child’s parents education level.

Victoria, ACT and NSW topped the charts for Education results in most categories this year.

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Aug 03 2016

NAPLAN 2016 Education Results

The Highest 2016 NAPLAN scores in each state were:

ACT: 600.5 Year 9 Reading
WA: 594.3 Year 9 Numeracy
VIC: 592.9 Year 9 Numeracy
NSW: 592.1 Year 9 Numeracy…………..

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Dec 02 2015

NAPLAN 2015 Education Results

NAPLAN 2015 results: overall stable student achievement The 2015 NAPLAN National Report has been published on the NAP website, confirming the initial findings of the summary information released in August. The report shows stable student achievement – relative to 2008 and 2014, with some improvements nationally and in each state and territory (for some year …

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Sep 09 2011

The Australian Education Curriculum

The Australian Education Curriculum

For many years each Australian state has had its own individual education system and curriculum, and this has created some difficulties with children moving between states.

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Sep 11 2009

Australian Education Naplan 2009 Reading Results

The following results show the percentage of students from each State that achieved the minimum education standard in the 2009 NAPLAN tests. The results also show the average age of students tested, and the number of years schooling that they would have undertaken. It is important to note that Queensland is the odd one out …

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Sep 11 2009

Australian Education Naplan 2009 Grammar Results

The following results show the percentage of students from each State that achieved the minimum education standard in the 2009 NAPLAN tests. The results also show the average age of students tested, and the number of years schooling that they would have undertaken. It is important to note that Queensland is the odd one out in all …

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Sep 11 2009

Australian Education Naplan 2009 Numeracy Results

The following results show the percentage of students from each State that achieved the minimum education standard in the 2009 NAPLAN tests. The results also show the average age of students tested, and the number of years schooling that they would have undertaken. It is important to note that Queensland is the odd one out …

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Sep 11 2009

Australian Education Naplan 2009 Spelling Results

The following results show the percentage of students from each State that achieved the minimum education standard in the 2009 NAPLAN tests. The results also show the average age of students tested, and the number of years schooling that they would have undertaken. It is important to note that Queensland is the odd one out …

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Sep 11 2009

Australian Education Naplan 2009 Writing Results

The following results show the percentage of students from each State that achieved the minimum education standard in the 2009 NAPLAN tests. The results also show the average age of students tested, and the number of years schooling that they would have undertaken. It is important to note that Queensland is the odd one out …

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Sep 11 2009

Australian Education Naplan 2009 All Results

The 2009 NAPLAN testing results for Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 have now been released, showing general results with percentages of students from each State that achieved the minimum education standard in the National Tests. The results also show the average age of students tested, and the number of years schooling that they would …

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