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April 20, 2022
This white paper is the outcome of a global consultative process initiated by the World Economic Forum’s Platform for Shaping the Future of the New Economy and Society to identify promising models of quality education for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is the first output of the Forum’s Education 4.0 initiative, which aims to catalyse systems change by mobilizing a broad and innovative coalition of relevant stakeholders around new ...Read More
Authors Linda Kaser and Judy Halbert argue that leadership in schools is about making a difference in the lives of all learners regardless of their family background, socioeconomic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, or geographic
location. School leadership involves increasing the learning of all students as well as closing any ‘gap’ between groups
Congratulations to Enterprise Professor Sandra Milligan, from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, who has won the ACEL Victoria Hedley Beare Educator of the Year award.Read More
We have uploaded many new resources onto our resources hub including the two reports by The Centre for Social Impact’s Amplify Insights: Education Inequity. Others include Structural Failure from the Gonski Institute and the Right Drivers for Whole System Success from CSE.
The Passion Toolkit, developed by ALL and piloted in six Victorian schools, is available to download from our website.
As part of our ongoing work to support teachers drive and develop student agency and deep learning through passion projects, we would love to hear how you use passion learning in your school or in your classroom.Read More
Book review by Kathe Kirby
Waiting for Gonski: How Australia failed its schools
Tom Greenwell & Chris Bonnor
Should we give a Gonski?
For decades Australia has continued to fall in the OECD’s international ranking of school student achievement in literacy, numeracy and science. Successive governments looked to blame teachers, the curriculum, even school buildings. But the single biggest ...
When Dahle commenced her training as a teacher in 1965 she began a life-long career contributing to improving equity and opportunity.Read More
2022 has brought us a multitude of reports, news articles and radio programs on education: what it is: what it should be; and what is holding us back.Read More
September 21, 2021
Between May 2020 and January 2021, the Center for Universal Education at Brookings, together with its Family Engagement in Education Network project collaborators, surveyed close to 25,000 parents across 10 countries on families’ beliefs, motivations, and sources of information with respect to their children’s education. This brief shares the insights and key takeaways.Read More