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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Through Growth to Achievement
February 16, 2021
The Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools (the Review) was established in July 2017 to examine evidence and make recommendations on how school funding should be used to improve school performance outcomes. The Review panel was chaired by Mr David Gonski AC. The final report argues that Australia needs to review and change its model for school education. Like many countries, Australia still has an industrial model of school education that reflects a 20th century aspiration to deliver mass education to all children. This model needs to shift to differentiate learning or stretch all students to ensure they achieve maximum learning growth every year, nor does it incentivise schools to innovate and continuously improve.