Education Review Office warns
One in five schools needs intensive help and only 15 percent have effective teaching firmly established, the Education Review Office says.
It also warned nearly half the early childhood services it visited in the past financial year breached regulatory or licensing criteria.
The Education Review Office's (ERO) annual report for 2021-22 said 30 percent of schools it reviewed were in the "foundation" stage of establishing effective teaching, meaning they had a low level of maturity in that area.
About half of the country's schools had been reviewed using a new system of more frequent visits and only one-in-four had the conditions for sustaining high performance, it said.
In addition, one-in-five needed a lot of help to improve.
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