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Achieve Outstanding Results for Your Students

How have thousands of educators around the world transformed teaching and learning in their schools? The answer: Professional Learning Communities at Work™. Why Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)? The PLC at Work™ process unifies and focuses all staff efforts to reach ...

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Why aren’t female Bear Grylls’ recognised?

Adventurer Bear Grylls, of Man vs. Wild fame, was first praised, then scorned for his 'tough guy' persona. All the while, most people hadn't heard of Megan Hine. The fair-skinned, doe-eyed fellow Brit was once described by Grylls as "stronger than 99 per ...

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Review could help tradies become teachers

The federal government has launched a national review of teacher registration to improve consistency and teacher quality across the country. Minister for education and training Simon Birmingham said the National Review of Teacher Registration had been endorsed by all states ...

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NSW apprenticeships get a makeover

Changes made to the state’s apprenticeship system aim to make it more responsive to the demands of the workplace, skills minister John Barilaro says. The new laws governing NSW apprenticeships were drafted and passed by parliament in the form of ...

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Opinion: the pressure-cooker lives of Singapore’s teachers

Twelve-hour days and big classes are realities that Singapore's teachers face daily. Such conditions create stressful work environments which impede their capacity to live up to their global reputation for teaching excellence. They are usually too exhausted to be the classroom innovators they ...

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Education is probably more gender-equal than you think

Women may be better-educated but they're not being paid more. The latest gender equality scorecard from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has revealed that, on average, men earn over $26,000 more than women annually. This represents a wage gap of 22.4 per cent. ...

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