RT @aliceleung: “If you want to raise literacy levels at your school, include your school library and librarian.” https://t.co/BNmmk3Di2s @…
@greg_ashman Similar to the ban on ChatGPt — shortsighted because what better place to learn how to use and negotia… https://t.co/cmLRHzZzVW
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REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL SCHOOL REFORM AGREEMENT
August 10, 2022
The current Productivity Commission review of the National School Reform Agreement (NRSA), together with its National Policy Initiatives (NPIs), has the potential to be a defining event in the evolution of Australia’s school system.
The ALL team directs the Commission’s attention to a key driver which is not adequately addressed by the National Policy Initiatives (NPIs): the effect variously known as the peer effect, compositional effect or neighbourhood effect. This refers to the impact of a student’s peers in their class, cohort or school on learning and achievement.
Read more: ALL submission to PC NSRA Review – final