The ACER Research Monograph Series provides reports of research studies undertaken by ACER. ACER Research monographs provide details of those studies including background and relevant literature, methods, results and conclusions. The series has been in operation since 1978.

Recent ACER Research Monographs are available online and for purchase as a printed copy from ACER Shop.

Back copies are available in ACER's Cunningham Library.
See the Library Catalogue for the full list of ACER Research Monographs

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Submissions from 2011

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Literacy and Numeracy Learning: Lessons from the Longitudinal Literacy and Numeracy Study for Indigenous Students, Nola Purdie, Kate Reid, Tracey Frigo, Alison Stone, and Elizabeth Kleinhenz

Submissions from 2010

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ICT in the Teaching of Science and Mathematics in Year 8 in Australia: report from the IEA Second International Technology in Education Study (SITES) survey, John Ainley, Frances Eveleigh, Chris Freeman, and Kate O'Malley

Submissions from 2008

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Participation in Science, Mathematics and Technology in Australian Education, John Ainley, Julie Kos, and Marina Nicholas

Submissions from 2007

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PISA 2003 Australia : ICT Use and Familiarity at School and Home, Sue Thomson and Lisa De Bortoli

Submissions from 2006

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Growth in Literacy and Numeracy in the First Three Years of School., Marion Meiers, Siek Toon Khoo, Ken Rowe, Andrew Stephanou, Prue Anderson, and Kathy Nolan

Submissions from 2004

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Immigrant Status and Home Language Background : Implications for Australian Student Performance in PISA 2000, John Cresswell

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Location, Location, Location : Implications of Geographic Situation on Australian Student Performance in PISA 2000, John Cresswell and Catherine Underwood

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Australia's Indigenous Students in PISA 2000 : Results from an International Study, Lisa De Bortoli and John Cresswell

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Supporting English Literacy and Numeracy Learning for Indigenous Students in the Early Years, Tracey Frigo, Matthew Corrigan, Isabelle Adams, Paul Hughes, Maria Stephens, and Davina Woods

Submissions from 1998

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What's the point? Political attitudes of Victorian year 11 students, Suzanne Mellor