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Partnership helps make a difference in Indigenous literacy

Australia’s largest supplier of education resources to secondary schools has congratulated the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) for its tireless work in bolstering young Indigenous Australians’ literacy levels and engagement across remote parts of Australia. Campion Education partnered with ILF in ...

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Knife fight breaks out at NSW school

A teenager has been taken to hospital after a knife fight broke out at a school in Dubbo in central west NSW. The fight broke out about 10.40am on Wednesday, as the two sixteen-year-old boys confronted each other, with one ...

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ACT expands ‘teachers as researchers’ program

Five more schools will work with the University of Canberra on classroom-based research geared towards improving teaching. The Affiliated Schools Program sees teachers take on the role of researcher, allowing them to develop and evaluate new approaches to meet the ...

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Are digikids less literate? Four Corners wrap-up

Is Australian children’s literacy in crisis? Among teachers, academics and politicians, the consensus is largely ‘yes’ – or we’re wobbling precariously on the edge. While primary years performance tends to be strong, something happens in the transition to high school; ...

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