The model has been developed and validated in close collaboration with school practitioners and lead researchers from the IPPE, Australian Catholic University, providing school leaders and wellbeing executive staff with research-informed feedback across a wide range of student wellbeing areas.
In May/June 2020, MMG Education conducted research involving a number of leading schools in Australia and New Zealand regarding experiences and learning from Home Based Teaching.
In excess of 7,500 parents, 4,200 students and 729 teaching staff participated in the review covering key elements of home-based teaching.
As a result of pilot parent, staff and student satisfaction reviews with two of the Catholic Education Western Australia schools, MMG Education have been selected to conduct expanded pilot research with a further 24 schools in 2018. The reviews will provide the Catholic Education Western Australia executive and school principals with research informed insights regarding parent, staff and student satisfaction across a wide range of each school’s value proposition.
In response to the growing need for MMG Education services in Asia, we are in the process of establishing an office in Hong Kong (MMG Education Asia). In the past few years a number of leading international schools have commissioned MMG education for major projects.
MMG are delighted to have been appointed a partner of AHISA.
An extract from the AHISA website states AHISA exists to:
Build your leadership capacity and effectiveness through access to professional learning and the shared knowledge and experiences of colleagues.
In late 2017 MMG and the Australian Catholic University (ACU) formed a research collaboration alliance to pursue best practices in educational research in schools.
The Australian Catholic University is one of Australia’s leading universities with a strategic goal to becoming a world leader in research.
The MMG Education Analytics team have refined and aligned a statistical research methodology known as Derived Importance, to help schools better understand which customer experience improvements matter more, and ultimately where to focus efforts and resources.
In a first for the education sector, MMG Education has introduced the Net Promoter Score® (NPS) measure to all of its questionnaires. This will provide schools with an additional measure of parent, staff and student advocacy and measure of loyalty, and the ability to benchmark against other ‘like’ schools.