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This report details how children's learning and development progresses in the early years of school, using findings from national linked data from the Australian Early Development Census and National Assessment Program.
This document summarises key findings and recommendations from an analysis of Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) data conducted by AERO in 2022.
This tool shows how the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) Language and Cognitive skill domain items align to both the Australian Curriculum (English and Maths) and the National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions (NLNLP).
Our work on how students learn best (also known as the science of learning) connects cognitive science, neuroscience and education psychology research on the learning process with practical teaching implications.
This report presents findings from AERO’s scoping work to understand how student wellbeing is measured in Australia. It highlights opportunities to improve effective data collection and use.
We found less than 1 in 5 students who perform below the national minimum standards in literacy and numeracy in the Year 3 NAPLAN tests catch up and stay caught up.
Improving the quality, accessibility and endurability of national school data architecture.
This paper is the second in a series of analytical insights papers, which provide accessible, up-to-date analysis of educational datasets.
This technical report describes the creation of AERO’s Longitudinal Literacy and Numeracy in Australia (LLANIA) dataset, including the linkage process and quality assurance methods.
This guide outlines best-practice approaches for improving a sense of belonging and connectedness in children aged birth to 5 years.
Evidence shows that a child-centred approach helps with successful transitions. We spoke to the principal and OSHC coordinator at Kuluin State School about how they approach transitions.