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An article about the people behind the scenes of Aotearoa’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Shaun Hendy shares his experiences providing model-based data and recommendations to the government.

 

Our press release with insights into our students’ school lunches received a range of media coverage, including:

Our press release with insights into our students’ screen time received a range of media coverage, including:

Our press release with insights into our students’ pocket money received a range of media coverage, including:

Radio New Zealand interview with Anne Patel: First national data on school bullying confirms its prevalence (June 12, 2015)

Maori Television: Students believe verbal abuse is biggest bullying problem in schools (June 12, 2015)

NZ Herald: Biggest bullying problem in NZ schools revealed (June 12, 2015)

Stuff: Verbal abuse a problem in New Zealand schools, children’s census finds (June 12, 2015)

Stuff: CensusAtSchool: Less texting, more social media (June 13, 2015)

But wait, there’s more …

The CensusAtSchool bullying data came out, coincidentally, on the “Day of Silence”, an event to raise awareness of the damaging effect of  homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, name calling and harassment in schools. Here’s a story from Radio New Zealand’s Morning Report:

Bullying of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students (June 12, 2015)

CensusAtSchool on Te Kāea

 

Watch this video featuring Sue Hodge from Elm Park school in Pakuranga and Julie Middleton from the CensusAtSchool team on Te Kāea, Māori Television’s news show, on March 17.

A story about Census at School will air during Afternoons with Jim Mora on Radio New Zealand National (101FM) today, Monday 22 July at 3.30pm, and a slightly longer version again during Our Changing World on Thursday 25 July.

Nichola Coe, Head of Maths at Kapiti College, is visited by Radio New Zealand to learn about CensusAtSchool. Nichola opens with this beautifully worded thought:

“I think there is a song to be sung behind every graphical representation.”

Professor Chris Wild and Rachel Cunliffe are also talked to.

Listen to the story:

This morning, Rachel Cunliffe spoke with Kathryn Ryan about the CensusAtSchool project:

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