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Psychology expert dresses down school uniform policies

Make school uniform rules uniform. That’s the call from an associate professor in psychology. Flinders University’s Sarah Cohen-Woods says efforts to provide students of all genders with comfortable and practical uniforms are being hampered by differing legislative requirements around Australia. ...

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This week’s big issue: Climate Strike 4 Action

Commencing at the Domain in Sydney’s CBD, the school-day Climate Strike 4 Action protest attracted an estimated 80,000, while Melbourne drew an even larger crowd of 100,000. Indeed, protesters from over 100 cities and towns across Australia took part in ...

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Diverse schools are successful schools: AITSL report

A diverse school workforce is the key to a successful school, according to a new report released by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), the country’s federally funded body for excellence in teaching and leadership. Entitled Spotlight: ...

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