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Opening the door

Just six years from now, the Victorian higher education system could look very different. Along with a mix of comprehensive and dual sector universities, TAFEs could have more higher education qualifications on offer, there may also be a polytechnic bridging ...

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There’s no place like home?

In their family home in suburban Sydney, Lindy Hadges and her children have just finished discussing Uncle Tom’s Cabin. It’s a novel they have all read together and from it springs a lively conversation about white slavery, prejudice and human ...

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Show me the child

It’s been hailed as the “best ever” longitudinal study and in its 35 years of existence, New Zealand’s Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study has produced some of the most remarkable findings about human development. It’s shown thumb sucking does ...

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