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
- 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.
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.
 Measured as part of the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey.
 National Assessment Program Sample Assessment – civics and citizenship.
 ‘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.