State-integrated schools offer best value for money
State-integrated schools offer best value for money compared to their private and public counterparts and on average students at state-integrated schools are likely to gain university entry qualifications.
While the average student at a state school has a 30.5% chance of gaining UE, those at state-integrated schools had a 38.8% chance. Private schools were almost as good at 37.4%.
Joel Hernandez used the Initiative's IDI school performance tool to revel a schools' effect on a student's learning discusses the findings of his new report The State of Schooling with Corin Dann on Radio NZ's Morning Report.
The report The State of Schooling: State, state-integrated and private school performance in New Zealand can be read here.