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Later, ATAR? Exploring a rising qualification competitor

Today’s school students likely don’t have any living relatives who survived World War Two. If they’re undertaking the International Baccalaureate (IB), however, they may do well to know its postwar origins. In 1948, Marie-Thérèse Maurette, a French educator, was stationed in ...

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Eight-year-olds ‘making pornography’: #esafety17

‘Australia’s foremost cyber safety expert’ Susan McLean has some news: the average age at which an Australian child first views pornography is now eight. Disturbing? Yes. Truthful? No. The statistic is “definitely not” supported by research, an academic expert in the ...

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Catholic heads almost in the cloud

Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) is no longer daydreaming. The body once imagined implementing a cloud-based learning platform across its 163 schools, and now they’re actually doing it. Seventy-eight thousand students – from Broome to Beagle Bay – will be signed up to ...

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