The following table shows the teaching and learning ratings of top 100
Queensland state high schools based on 2011 audit results.
The rating areas include:
- Improvement Agenda (An explicit improvement agenda)
- Data Analysis (Analysis and discussion of data)
- Learning Culture (A culture that promotes learning)
- Targeted Resources (Targeted use of school resources)
- Teaching Team (An expert teaching team)
- Curriculum Delivery (Systematic curriculum delivery)
- Differentiated Learning (Differentiated classroom learning)
- Effective Teaching (Effective teaching practices)
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There are a large range of factors that impact on academic results in addition to the role played by the school itself.
These include the SES (Socio Economic Status) background of students, whether the school is selective in its student intake, etc.
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- All the columns are sort-able. To sort in ascending or descending order, click on the corresponding column headings.
- O - Outstanding; H - High; M - Medium; L - Low.
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