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Some years ago, in this journal, Cox, Leder and Forgasz (2004) presented Victorian Certificate of Education data showing that, over a six-year period, female students generally outperformed males in most senior secondary science and mathematics subjects.
Summary: SHARJAH - Students at Victoria International School Sharjah (VISS) gained exceptional results in Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), with many students achieving A and A+ grades in their examinations, across a number of subject areas.
By 1992 in Victoria, a new Year 12 authority, the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Board was ushering in a new qualification, the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE).
A few weeks earlier, Premier Bracks had announced targets for increasing literacy and numeracy standards and for raising the proportion of those holding the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or equivalent to 90 per cent of young people by 2010.
The closest Australian thesis to Blades's study, though reported in quite a different form and style, is the study of Christina Hart (1995) of the dynamics and shifting priorities in the development of physics for the Victorian Certificate of Education from 1987 to 1991 -- shifts that have continued to reduce the degree of change that appeared desirable and possible originally.