Australia should launch a $1 billion, six-month tutoring blitz to help one million disadvantaged school students recover learning lost during the COVID-19 lockdowns, according to a new Grattan Institute report. Read more
Due to disruption caused by COVID-19, the Commonwealth Government has advised that there will be flexibility for 2020 Mid-year reporting. In response, the Tasmanian Government has removed the requirement to report A-E ratings.
It is normally a requirement for Commonwealth funding that schools report twice a year providing A-E ratings. Read more
A new Grattan Institute report is calling for new roles for Australia’s top teachers to help transform Australian schools and assist students to gain an additional 18 months of learning by the time they turn 15.
A new evidence summary released by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) highlights the benefits of diversity in the school leadership workforce.
Australia’s top teachers should earn higher wages and top school-leavers receive yearly scholarships to study teaching, according to a new Grattan Institute report that examines ways to boost teacher quality and student performance.