Parliament 21 November 2012. Dr Arulsivanathan Naidoo Executive Manager: Stakeholder Relations: Pretoria. Cruise. Texture. High Schools in Cape Town. Hot Spot Analysis. Anselin Outlier Analysis. Bomfenbrenner (1979): defined four contributing groups to school performance
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Parliament 21 November 2012
Dr Arulsivanathan Naidoo
Executive Manager: Stakeholder Relations: Pretoria
High Schools in Cape Town
Hot Spot Analysis
Anselin Outlier Analysis
A useful definition of Socio economic status (SES) is:
“Relative position of a family or individual on a hierarchal social structure based on their access to, or control over wealth, prestige and power”
The Coleman Report on equality of education opportunities was commissioned by the United States Congress 1966 to investigate the poor school performance of African American students.
The study comprised a sample of 4000 schools across the United States of America (Coleman et al. 1966).
The report found that the learner’s personal and family characteristics were major contributing influences on the students’ performance rather than the characteristics of the schools they attended.
Pass =58.92 +0.13 Employment +0.12 Telephone +0.09 Computer
Geographically Weighted Regression
Studies using Socio – Economic Factors
Massachusetts, Jaggia and Kelly-Hawke (1994)
Madagascar , Ramandriafamatanantsosa (1995)
Townsend index of deprivation locations of individual schools , Conduit (1996)
Florida, Tschinkel (1998)
Kentucky school districts, Pitts and Reeves (1999)
San Diego, Betts 2003
New South Wales department of education and training , Holmes-Smith 2006
Studies using Spatial Statistics
Gordon and Monastiriotis (2003)
Gibson and Asthana (1998)
Fotheringham et al (2001)