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https://www.educationreview.com.au/2018/12/are-you-ready-to-make-a-difference/
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Why competency, not grades, is the assessment style of the future

When principal of Templestowe College, Peter Hutton, was at school, like many of us, he was told that one day, the esoteric-seeming knowledge he gained would be useful. “That hasn’t happened yet,” Hutton quipped at a recent event. Perhaps this would have…
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'Infection of accountability' 'killing creativity': stakeholders rail against education system

“It seems like everywhere we look…there’s so much debate about education at the moment.” Dr Sunil Badami is right: there’s controversy over school funding; teacher standards and preparing students for the future, to name a few areas. The Future of…
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison remains optimistic the NSW state government will come around to supporting a $4.6 billion peace deal he has struck with Catholic and independent schools. NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes, a Liberal like Mr Morrison, is…
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An alt-take on Morrison's school funding announcement

Sector politics has long plagued school funding. But with the federal government’s announcement of an extra $4.571 billion for independent schools, partisan outrage has peaked. There’s even intra-party vexation. (Liberal) NSW Education Minster Rob Stokes…
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Mea culpa. That’s how Wentworth by-election candidate Dave Sharma signed off on an apology Tweet for comments he made in the Sydney Morning Herald a few months ago. In an opinion piece for the publication, the Liberal Party candidate for former Prime…
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A total of 303 million children worldwide are not in school, with more than a third of that number living in conflict zones or countries affected by natural disasters, according to the United Nations. That means a third of 5-17 year-olds in countries…
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Teachers facing serious criminal offences would be immediately suspended under new laws introduced to the South Australian parliament. The state government recently introduced legislation to amend the Teacher Registration and Standards Act 2004 to enable…
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Raising writing skills for Australian students

Student writing skills have declined by nearly 24 points since 2011, according to the latest NAPLAN results data released in early September. Only 79.5 per cent of Year 9 students met the minimum writing standards in the 2018 literacy test, compared to 84…
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Industry leaders have called for caps on places in teaching degrees, following an ABC report that universities are offering places to students who leave schools with ATAR scores close to zero. The figures are contained in a confidential report obtained by…
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