|National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA)
NMSSA monitors achievement in Years 4 and 8. All learning areas of the New Zealand Curriculum are covered over a five-year cycle.
|Best Evidence Synthesis (BES)
The Best Evidence Synthesis Mathematics and Pāngarau (BES) synthesises New Zealand evidence and international research about quality mathematics teaching. Published in 2007, it is part of a research programme funded by the Ministry of Education to inform policy and practice in New Zealand.
|Education Review Office (ERO)
Two recent reports from the Education Review Office:
|Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)
TIMSS is an international study on student achievement in mathematics and science. It involves New Zealand students in Years 5 and 9, every four years.
|Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
PISA is an international study that assesses how well 15 year-olds are prepared to meet the challenges of today’s society. It includes an assessment of mathematical literacy and is carried out every three years. Latest results are available for 2018.
|Numeracy Development Projects reports
Annual evaluation reports and compendium papers on each section of the Numeracy Development Projects (2000-2010).
The Ministry is migrating nzmaths content to Tāhurangi.
Relevant and up-to-date teaching resources are being moved to Tāhūrangi (tahurangi.education.govt.nz).
When all identified resources have been successfully moved, this website will close. We expect this to be in June 2024.
e-ako maths, e-ako Pāngarau, and e-ako PLD 360 will continue to be available.
For more information visit https://tahurangi.education.govt.nz/updates-to-nzmaths