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Disability and Education in New Zealand in 2006

For disabled people, access to quality education can be a key determinant of life outcomes. This report presents results from the 2006 Household Disability Survey on disabled children’s and adults’ use of education and training services.

The 2006 Household Disability Survey is the most recent national survey of children and disabled adults in New Zealand. Just under 2,000 disabled children and just over 5,000 disabled adults living in households were questioned on a range of topics. Survey results were then ‘rated up’ to provide estimates for the whole disabled population of New Zealand.

Published November 2008
ISBN 978-0-478-31557-8 (online)

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