01 May 2018
Appropriate university admissions depend on more information about students than their academic performance, as Marita MacMahon Ball and Shelley McLean explain.
22 May 2018
ACER is helping to set performance standards and improve examiner consistency in examinations for medical specialty colleges, report Daniel Urbach and Jacob Pearce.
27 February 2018
A survey of university students in Japan reveals high levels of satisfaction with skills development but shows more work needs to be done in key areas that can significantly affect students’ higher education experience.
16 February 2018
A high-stakes registration exam for architects will be more transparent, consistent and fair, following a review led by ACER.
24 January 2018
International recipients of Australian Government scholarships develop practical and transferable skills and expertise that allow them to make a difference in their chosen fields, new ACER research shows.
18 January 2018
Claims that half of Australian early career teachers are leaving the profession are not as robust as they might seem, new analysis reveals.
21 November 2017
Anne-Marie Chase reports on a review of research into the formal use of e-texts within educational settings.
Reversing Australia’s downward spiral in STEM
23 May 2018
Hidden PIRLS – what else do the data reveal?
16 May 2018
What is the Gonski model for schools?
11 May 2018
Assessing aptitude for tertiary study
01 May 2018