15% households with school aged children without internet access       39% of Aucklanders born overseas       82% of 18 year olds have NCEA Level 2       22% unemployment for 15-24 year olds       94.6% attend pre-school       1 in 4 children in poverty       79% pass NCEA Literacy in Yr 11       76% at or above national reading standards starting high school

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Literacy

Adult Literacy Skills

 

The findings of the 2016 International Survey of Adult Skills, presented at a workshop held at Auckland Council on August 11 2016.

 

Auckland Council's research and evaluation unit (RIMU) will be working on a more detailed analysis of the Auckland data over the next few months: a summary for Auckland; a focus on Māori; an examination of newcomers to Aotearoa and an analysis of those categorised as operating at Level 1 or below in terms of literacy, numeracy and/or problem solving.

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