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Education, customised to your genome, is coming

Personalised learning in schools is all the Gonksi-fueled rage, but what it if meant more than individualised learning plans and assessments? What if it meant mapping curricula to students’ genomes? This may sound like the plot of a sci-fi film; ...

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‘Not-school’: the future of education?

South Australia allows young people to educationally go with the FLO. FLO (Flexible Learning Option) is an alternative to mainstream schooling. Instead of sitting in classrooms from 9am to 3.30pm, students (often those with mental health, learning or behavioural difficulties) ...

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Should 16-year-olds be allowed to vote?

Australia’s youngest senator wants 16-year-olds to do something they’ve never done before: vote. “For far too long, politics has failed to properly represent young people or the issues they care about,” Jordon Steele-John, a 23-year-old West Australian Greens representative, told parliament ...

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Teen career uncertainty mostly negative

Much has been made of the inadequacy of careers advice in schools. Regardless, some young people simply know what they want to do for a living earlier than others. Erin, from Bondi in Sydney’s east, knew she wanted to be a ...

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