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The Measurement of Socioeconomic Status for the Reporting of Nationally Comparable Outcomes of Schooling
(2000)
  • Gary Marks, ACER
  • Julie McMillan, ACER
  • Frank L Jones, ACER
  • John Ainley, ACER
Abstract

The main purpose of this discussion paper is to develop a common definition of socioeconomic position to be used for reporting of nationally comparable outcomes of schooling within the context of the statement of National Goals for Schooling in the Twentyfirst Century. Report for the National Education Performance Monitoring Taskforce. MCEETYA

Publication Date
March, 2000
Citation Information
Gary Marks, Julie McMillan, Frank L Jones and John Ainley. "The Measurement of Socioeconomic Status for the Reporting of Nationally Comparable Outcomes of Schooling" (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gary_marks/66/