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Tag Archives: Schools

Meet the NSW public educators dominating national awards

Murramarang Elders judge students’ preparation of Aboriginal-influenced foods; town GPs review student research on vaccines; farmers help students understand pest control; and student self-publish their novels. More than 600 people typically attend Learning Expos when students present their work.

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Op-ed: Teachers talking to students about suicide

Sometimes it can become stressful for teachers and educators to navigate a conversation about suicide with both students and their families. As many teachers have not studied psychology, social work or counselling, they may feel that they struggle to communicate about such a sensitive topic. This story was originally published …

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No state has all the answers in school education

School education in Australia needs to improve in three distinct ways. The Grattan Institute’s State Orange Book 2018 shows how state and territory governments are performing on the issues that matter to Australians, and what they should do to improve.

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