Tag Archives: AusPol

NAPLAN: The Assessment that needs Assessing

NAPLAN has been back in the headlines again recently (although, when is it every really OUT of the headlines?): this time in response to a senate inquiry investigating concerns NAPLAN is damaging to student and teacher wellbeing and creating a … Continue reading

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Pyne: a pain for education in Australia

It took all my strength, when reading Daniel Hurst’s article “New broom Pyne ready to reshape the curriculum,” appearing in this morning’s Sydney Morning Herald News Review, to not beat myself over my head repeatedly with my morning cup of … Continue reading

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