This report uses student surveys that might inform the FIFO study.
The ASG Student Social and Emotional Health Report has unveiled groundbreaking findings into the social and emotional health of more than 10,000 Australian students from the early years of schooling to senior secondary school levels.
In 2007, the Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) commissioned and funded the ASG Student Social and Emotional Health Report as part of its ongoing contribution to supporting children’s education. It shows the methodology, key findings, recommendations and actions that parents and educators can undertake to help improve student social and emotional well-being (the authors use the term “social and emotional well-being” as a synonym for the term “social and emotional health”).
International researcher Professor Michael E Bernard, from the Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne, co-authored the report in conjunction with Andrew Stephanou and Daniel Urbach from the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).
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