Department of Education

System and School Performance

System and School Performance

About Evaluation and Accountability

The Evaluation and Accountability Directorate is a component of the Innovation, Performance and Research Division. The Directorate has three branches; Educational Measurement, System Performance and School Performance.

Areas of responsibility include: managing and undertaking evaluations endorsed by Corporate Executive; producing the Department’s Annual Report and Key Performance Indicators; the collection and reporting of corporate information, including the provision of data and information request services; and the provision of a policy framework, appropriate tools, research and advice in support of a comprehensive quality assurance program for government schools.

Directorate personnel also consult with State, Commonwealth and national agencies and participate in national and State forums on performance monitoring and reporting issues.


System Performance

The objective of the System Performance Branch is to ensure that appropriate performance and statistical information is available for strategic planning and management, and for monitoring and reporting system-level performance.

System and School Performance

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