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ACACA is the national body for the chief executives of the statutory bodies in the Australian states and territories and in New Zealand, responsible for certificates of senior secondary education.

ACACA provides a national means for monitoring and enhancing developments in senior secondary curriculum and certification.

The 2014 ACACA Conference will be held in Wellington, New Zealand on 11 and 12 September 2014. To register, please use the following link: www.nzqa.govt.nz/acaca

Leaving School in Australia – Year 12 State by State

A guide to Year 12 Certificates and Tertiary Entrance Requirements in Australia and New Zealand.

A summary of the types of subjects, courses and various methods of assessing and reporting student achievement in each of the eight public education systems in Australia and in the New Zealand system.

It also describes the certificates and other records of achievement issued to students when they complete their senior secondary education and outlines the minimum requirements for tertiary entrance.

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Changing Secondary Schools in Australia Years 7 to 10 – State by State

A guide to junior secondary credentialling in Australia and New Zealand.

A summary of the junior secondary curriculum in eight public education systems in Australia as well as in the New Zealand system. It provides an overview of the structure of the secondary system, advice and web links relating to students transferring schools, information about the junior secondary curriculum, subjects and courses, and an outline of the various methods of assessing and reporting student achievement when students complete Year 10.

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Collaborative Curriculum and Assessment Framework for Languages (CCAFL)

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