Outcomes Framework - Citizenship dimension

Citizenship – Indicators and indicative measures

Young South Australians participate actively in society

Children and young people develop skills for an independent life

  • Proportion of young people 14-15 years that are literate
  • Proportion of young people 14-15 years that are numerate
  • Proportion of young people 15-19 years that are financially literate[1]
  • Proportion of young people 16-19 years with a driver’s licence
  • Proportion of young people 15-19 years satisfied with their level of independence
  • Average hours of paid employment for young people 15-19 years
  • Proportion of young people 15-19 years not currently living with their parents
  • Proportion of Year 10 students achieving at or above proficient standard in the Australian curriculum civics and citizenship assessment.[2]

Children and young people participate in decisions that affect them directly and the wider society

  • Proportion of children and young people feeling able to have a say on important issues
  • Proportion of young people 18 years enrolled to vote.

Children and young people are engaged in community activities

  • Proportion of children and young people participating in volunteering
  • Proportion of children and young people participating in community support groups.[3]

 

[1]  Measured as part of the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey.
[2]  National Assessment Program Sample Assessment – civics and citizenship.
[3]  ‘Community support groups’  include service clubs, welfare organisations, education and training, parenting/children/young people, health promotion and support, emergency services, international aid and development, or other community support group activities.

Health

Young South Australians are physically, mentally and emotionally healthy.

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Safety

Young South Australians are safe and nurtured.


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Wellbeing

Young South Australians are happy, inspired and engaged.

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Education

Young South Australians are successful learners.


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Citizenship

Young South Australians participate actively in society.