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Submission to the NAPLAN reporting review.
Title from title screen (viewed on 17/07/2019). Includes bibliographical references. This submission to the 2019 NAPLAN Reporting Review proposes five reforms: Raise the national minimum standard or stop reporting it; report NAPLAN learning progress using a measure that is comparable across students from different starting points; improve the presentation of results on My School, in particular making it easier for parents to access student gain results and school trends over time; strengthen the annual NAPLAN report by including more analysis on learning gain and by contextualising comparisons among states and across locations; and support third-party reporting that uses NAPLAN data by simplifying access to individual student data and improving the links to other data. [Summary] This submission to the 2019 NAPLAN Reporting Review proposes five reforms: Raise the national minimum standard or stop reporting it; report NAPLAN learning progress using a measure that is comparable across students from different starting points; improve the presentation of results on My School, in particular making it easier for parents to access student gain results and school trends over time; strengthen the annual NAPLAN report by including more analysis on learning gain and by contextualising comparisons among states and across locations; and support third-party reporting that uses NAPLAN data by simplifying access to individual student data and improving the links to other data. [Summary]