Productivity Commission to study how education data is collected and used
The Australian Government has asked the Productivity Commission to provide advice on a national approach to collecting and using data for early childhood education and care and schools.
Improving the collection and management of education data in Australia will help create a more robust national education evidence base, which can be used to inform policy development and to monitor national education objectives.
Have your say on the National Education Evidence Base Issues Paper before submissions close 25 May 2016.
Read more about the public inquiry and how to make a submission on the Productivity Commission website.
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