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OECD Economics Department Working Papers 282, OECD Economics Department. Bishop, Russell and Glynn, Ted (1999) Culture Counts: Changing power relations in education . Palmerston North: Dunmore Press. Bishop, R; Berryman, M; Tiakiwai, S; and Richardson, C; (2003) Te Kōtahitanga: The Experiences of Year 9 and 10 Māori Students in Mainstream Classrooms: Report to the Ministry of Education. Wellington: Ministry of Education. Black, Paul (2000) Report to the Qualifications Development Group, Ministry of Education, New Zealand on the proposals for the development of the National Certificate of Educational Achievement . Unpublished paper held by the Ministry of Education. Boyd, Sally; Chalmers, Anna; and Kumekawa, Eugene (2000) Beyond School: Final year students’ experiences of the transition to tertiary study or employment . Wellington: NZCER. Cameron, Marie (2003) Ministry of Education Curriculum Stocktake in Values, Skills and Attitudes . Wellington: NZCER. This is not a statement of government policy. The views expressed in this document are not necessarily those held by the Ministry of Education. Thoughts on what students need to learn at school: Summary for discussion purposes Page 12 of 20 Accessed from © Ministry of Education – copying restricted to use by New Zealand education sector
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Carr, Margaret (2004) Key Competencies/Skills and Attitudes: a Theoretical Framework: Background paper prepared for the Ministry of Education. April 2004. Unpublished paper held by the Ministry of Education. Carrodus, Andrea (2002) Key Attributes Employers Seek in Employees - Retail Sector . Paper for Diploma in Career Counselling. Downloaded from eekInTheRetailSector.doc Chappell, C; Gonzi, A; and Hager, P (2000) Competency-based Education in Understanding Adult Education and Training . NSW: Allen and Unwin. Claxton, Guy (2003) ‘Building up young people’s learning power: Is it possible? Is it desirable? And can we do it?’. Educating for the 21st Century: Rethinking the Educational Outcomes we want for Young New Zealanders . NZCER Conference Proceedings. August 2003. NZCER: Wellington. Colmar Brunton Research (1997) New Zealand Employment Service - 1997 Employer Monitor . Wellington. Coxon, Eve; Anae, Melani; Mara, Diane; Wendt-Samu, Tanya; Finau, Christine (2002) Literature Review On Pacific Education Issues: Final Report 2002 . Report prepared for the Ministry of Education by Auckland Uniservices Ltd, University of Auckland Crooks, Terry and Flockton, Lester (2002) Assessment Results for Māori Students 2001: Information Skills; Social Studies; Mathematics . National Education Monitoring Report 24. Wellington: Ministry of Education. Crooks, Terry and Flockton, Lester (2003) Assessment Results for Māori Students 2002: Writing; Listening and Viewing; Physical Education . National Education Monitoring Report 28. Wellington: Ministry of Education.
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