Secondary school statistics give you information about secondary school students' achievement.
Secondary school is the second level of compulsory education in New Zealand. In general, students from year 9 to year 13 attend a secondary school. Secondary schools offer three levels of the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) qualification. School education is compulsory until age 16.
Reports and articles
- School Leavers with No Qualifications
Each year up to 10,000 young people in New Zealand leave school with little or no formal qualifications. This report looks at what paths these people take.
Use statistics in your classroom
- Schools Corner
Teaching resources designed for teachers of both primary and secondary school level students, including interactive games and classroom activities.
- New Zealand Income Survey Super SURF
The New Zealand Income Survey (NZIS) Super SURF is a set of 100 synthetic unit-record files (SURFs) based on data from the NZIS: June 2003 quarter
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