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Professional Standards: Threats and Possibilities

Tom Alegounarias suggests that teachers should be aware of moves towards deregulation masquerading as progressive public policy… While the world

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Preschool: Two Years are Better Than One

Stacey Fox makes the case for improved access to high quality preschool education and professional learning … A child’s brain

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Next Big Thing in Education: Small Data

Pasi Sahlberg and Jonathan Hasak First published in Washington Post, 9 May 2016 One thing that distinguishes schools in the

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Public and Proud: Reclaiming the Essence of Public Schooling in Australia

Alan Reid A large achievement gap between rich and poor blights Australian education – and the gap appears to be

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Attracting the Best and Brightest

Lawrence Ingvarson explains why it is time to lift university entry standards…   As the smoke clears in the ATAR

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Just Be Careful Out There…

Peter Johnson reveals some dangers of decentralisation for principals and schools… The devolution of operational decisions to principals and their

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What Makes a Good School?

Chris Bonnor ventures some key reflections about what true quality is in relation to schooling, leadership and connecting with parents …

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What we really learn from My School

Chris Bonnor and Bernie Shepherd look at My School and find some new, surprising, and significant lessons for teachers and

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Towards Deep Engagement

Dan Sprange and Geoff Munns present well-researched and proven means to engender deep engagement in your classroom… ‘Stop that immediately

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High Cognitive Work Across the School Years

Wayne Sawyer investigates how we can produce high levels of learning for our students … During 2013 -2014 I have

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