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The North Wind: A Critical Perspective on the Purposes of Education

Steen Nepper Larsen argues that successful education teaches how to take a small step to the side and ask questions, bravely, insistently, and without hesitation.

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Schooling For A Fair Go: Reflections On Leadership For School Change

Greg Turnbull and Melissa Clarke were directly involved in working with the teachers at Grassland Public School as part of

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Developing a Culture of Reflective, Responsive Practice

Sarah Webb has spent the majority of her career serving disadvantaged schools in south-western Sydney and the Illawarra. She joined

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“Building Dreams, Keeping Goals, Developing Aspirations, Having Conversations”: An Interview with Nicole Wade

Nicole Wade is a Nyoongah (south-western Western Australia) woman who is Principal of Campbellfield Public School. As a student, she

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The Achievement of Public Education

Maurie Mulheron guides us through the creation of the public education system in Australia. He examines the essential role that

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Teaching Changing Children in the Changing Times

Pasi Sahlberg and Amy Graham, Gonski Institute, UNSW, Sydney share the findings of their research entitled ‘Growing Up Digital Australia’.

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A New Social Contract Must Include Education

Sharan Burrow makes a significant case for why a new social contract (internationally and nationally) must be created and suggests

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Time to Talk about Teaching: The Power of Quality Teaching Rounds

Lloyd Bowen reveals some of the possible benefits for teachers of being involved in the Quality Teaching Rounds process. .

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This School is not a Family Business

 Peter Johnson reveals some of the issues associated with conflict of interest…        “But she was the best

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Tell Me Your Story: Working with EAL/D Students in Mainstream Classrooms

Kathy Rushton and Joanne Rossbridge make the case for nurturing first languages when teaching English… In contemporary Australia teachers are

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