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What do our children need?

  If a couple of success stories from overseas are any indication, Australian students would benefit from more flexibility and an emphasis on lifelong learning, instead of tests and benchmarks. By Louis White. In Finland, they don’t start school until ...

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A history of perspectives

Experts raise concerns about the education minister’s coming review. By Dallas Bastian. The recently announced review of the National Curriculum has alarmed some history experts. They say they don’t want to add to a plan that is already overcrowded and ...

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What matters in 2014

As the 2014 academic year commences, Education Review asks teachers, principals and key stakeholders to name the issues likely to dominate the landscape this year. By Cathy Wever. The Australian Curriculum Implementation of the National Curriculum remains a major issue ...

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