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What Australia can learn from Japan, South Korea

What do Japan and Korea have that Australia doesn’t? Well, obviously a multitude of things – not limited to an obsession with skincare and higher quality convenience store sushi. More importantly, however, these countries mandate that teachers change schools regularly. This ensures ...

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Exceptional Teachers goes national

A program that prepares outstanding student teachers to work in Queensland’s most disadvantaged schools is going national. Thanks to a $2 million grant from the Origin Foundation, the National Exceptional Teachers for Disadvantaged Schools (NETDS) program will be offered in ...

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