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Leadership in Education part 3: Dr Susan Long

Dr Susan Long has taught in various roles, states and even countries since the 1980s. Her PhD focused on maths and science education, and she is passionate about inspiring people who don’t necessarily aspire to become leaders in schools to ...

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What PISA has taught us about education: report

Do private school students perform better than those from public schools? Does a student’s socio-economic background affect their overall achievement? And do autonomous or more centralised schools perform better? These are just some of topics addressed in a report entitled ...

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Key education issues in the media: expert responds

  https://youtu.be/4ml-CnjhrD4   Teacher performance-linked pay, teacher performance generally and student achievement – these are three issues that are never far from the headlines. But are the debates founded on sound evidence or merely the thought bubbles of politicians and ...

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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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