Policy and Reform Archives - Page 26 of 27 - Education Matters Magazine

Supporting school leaders

President of the Australian Secondary Principals’ Association (ASPA), Andrew Pierpoint, discusses how the organisation is assisting school leaders to navigate through current and future challenges.
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NAPLAN, PISA results

Investment to support education in the Kimberley

Schools in some of the most isolated areas of Western Australia have joined an initiative aimed at motivating children to regularly attend school and advancing the progress of Aboriginal students.
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New video game targets cyber safety

A new video game designed specifically for the classroom by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner immerses players in a futuristic environment where they are required to exercise skills such as critical thinking, empathy, resilience, respect and responsibility.
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Indigenous education: addressing the gap

A team of academics have completed a review into the impact of racism on the education of Aboriginal students, looking at what can be done to help reduce the achievement gap, as part of the Aboriginal Voices Project.
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