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Communicating Student Learning Progress: A Review of Student Reporting in Australia. Findings in Brief
Assessment and Reporting
  • Hilary Hollingsworth, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
  • Jonathan Heard, Australian Council for Educational Research
  • Paul R Weldon, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Publication Date
Academic achievement, Parent school relationship, Reporting (Student achievement), Student assessment, Parents, Teaching load, Primary secondary education, Surveys

The Communicating Student Learning Progress project was initiated to investigate questions relating to the effectiveness of current methods of communicating student progress, the extent to which they are valued by stakeholders, whether they are considered to provide quality information about student learning, and whether there are alternative designs for these activities that might be more effective. The project took place over a three-year period from July 2016 to June 2019.

Place of Publication
Camberwell, Australia
Australian Council for Educational Research
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Citation Information
Hollingsworth, H., Heard, J., & Weldon, P. (2019). Communicating student learning progress: A review of student reporting in Australia. Findings in Brief. Camberwell, Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research. Retrieved from