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Education minister Dan Tehan believes the improved results are evidence education reforms are working. Photo: Sam Mooy/Getty Images

Australian students break into the top 10 for maths and science, but significant inequalities still exist: TIMSS Report

Australian Year 8 students have cracked the top ten for maths and science globally, with the 2019 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) showing they were outperformed by only six other countries.

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