AIFS research into education includes access to early childhood education, “readiness” for school and parental involvement in education.
This research summary explores the factors affecting the settlement success of humanitarian migrants.
BLNA— Oct 2017
69% of Australian primary school children attend government schools, 19% attend Catholic primary schools and 12% attend independent primary schools.
What types of childcare are Australian parents choosing for their children?
aims to understand more about attendance patterns in primary school and their impact on academic achievement, using data from LSAC and NAPLAN.
Reviews the research literature to identify the school-based factors that contribute to an effective learning environment.
Reviews evaluation studies on parental educational engagement in Australia and presents case studies on several programs.
Based on interviews with 94 parents this report investigates parents' knowledge of and attitudes towards Early Childhood Education
CFCA— Jul 2013
This paper looks at the risk factors associated with young people exiting the education system prematurely, particularly in a family context
AIFS research undertaken to identify gaps in access to and participation in preschool programs by Australian children in the year before school
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