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Glenn C. Savage writes in The Conversation (13.12.17) about the release of NAPLAN testing eresults, indicating that student achievement in numeracy and literacy has plateaued, though with
Paul Sendziuk and Martin Crotty write in The Conversation (20.10.17) that the most popular history courses taught in Australian universities are still broad courses focused on
Stephen Parker, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Canberra, writes in The Conversation (30.8.17) about so-called ‘degree apprenticeships’ being rolled out in the UK, bridging the gap
Renae Barker writes in The Conversation (21.8.17) that religious education offered in Australian state schools has variations in the quality of delivery and limited provisions for the
Simon Knight and Simon Buckingham Shum write in The Conversation (24.7.17) that policy makers and education experts should consider how artificial intelligence will impact how teachers teach,
TJ Ryan Foundation Board member, Geoff Edwards, provides a review of the recently released Strengthening School – Industry STEM Skills Partnerships report from the AI Group, commissioned
Rebecca Cassells and colleagues writes in The Conversation (28.6.17) that the gap between the most and least advantaged areas in Australia is reflected in educational inequality.
The Grattan Institute’s Peter Goss and Julie Sonnemann write in The Conversation (23.6.17) about the federal government’s success in passing its school funding reforms through Parliament.
Kate Torii and colleagues write in The Conversation (23.6.17) that the latest OECD report on early learning education and care gives Australia a mixed report card. ‘The
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