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CensusAtSchool is featured in an article on page 3 of Uni News Issue 6, 2013.

More CensusAtSchool articles in the Howick and Pakuranga Times and the Eastern Courier. Click to enlarge.

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Students face census

The Wairarapa Times Age and Marlborough Express have run stories today about CensusAtSchool.

CensusAtSchool is mentioned in the current edition of the Education Gazette (October 15, 2012) in Secondary Focus article “Making statistics real for learners”. Read the article online »

Rugby World Cup: Victus

CensusAtSchool’s survey results have made their way to Indonesia!

“Interestingly, an online educational survey in New Zealand, “CensusAtSchool”, reflected the fact that 83 percent of young respondents expected the All Blacks to make the final of the competition, while only 41 percent thought that they would actually go on to win it.

This contrasts with a UMR Research Ltd. poll that found 77 percent of New Zealand’s adults (parents, presumably, of at least some of the aforementioned children) predicting an All Blacks success story.

The results are surprising. One would have thought that the kids would have been all wide-eyed and dreamy, full of youthful hope and exuberance, while the adults tempered their optimism with the experience of regular disappointment.

Apparently, this is not so, reflecting perhaps the extent to which the “chokers” tag is resonant among the younger generation.”

Source: The Jakarta Post

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Source: NZ Herald

Les Écoliers pessimistes

“In a survey conducted by research firm CensusAtSchool, 59% of 24,000 students surveyed see New Zealand All Blacks lose the next World Cup.

CensusAtSchool research firm found that 59% of New Zealand children who responded to a survey on the next World Cup saw the All Blacks lose in the final. 81% of young people aged 8-17 years, are nevertheless partners Richie McCaw to qualify for the final. These surprising results contrast with the optimism of their parents. They are confident and think that 77% of New Zealand will lift the Webb Ellis trophy for the first time since 1987.”

Source: Rugby 365