NAP – Science Literacy report released 15 March 2017
Today ACARA has released the latest National Assessment Program (NAP) – Science Literacy report that shows Australian students’ science literacy levels have remained static since students were last assessed.
Data from the NAP – science literacy assessments reveal little change in national performance levels in terms of both average student achievement and the proportion of students performing at or above the proficient standard. The proficient standard is set at a challenging level, and only just over half (55.1 per cent) of Year 6 students reached or exceeded it.
Read the report on the NAP website.
See the news item on the ACARA website.
My School updated for 201708 March 2017
Today, the My School website has been updated, providing up-to-date, readily accessible information about all of Australia’s schools.
The 2017 update contains:
- 2016 NAPLAN results for schools
- 2016 school profile and population data
- 2015 school financial information, including capital expenditure and sources of funding.
Visit the ACARA website
for more information.