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Our cover: The Gonski campaign helped to put education at the heart of the federal election campaign.
The election is over but the battle for Gonski continues
Overwhelming support for Gonski The AEU’s continuing battle for proper schools funding won major gains in marginal seats during the federal election campaign.
Growing strong Schools around the country are celebrating Enviroweek with inspiring projects that showcase how little changes can make a big difference.
How Canberra is failing early learning sector
More than a handful of sand The Wave Hill walk-off had far-reaching implications but 50 years later there’s still a lot of ground to cover.
Feeling fit for the challenge Making the mid-winter transition from Term 2 to Term 3 can be nothing to sneeze at for new teachers.
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There’s more to Revolution School’s story
The tide that won’t turn For many Pacific Islander children, climate change is already affecting their education and perceptions of the future.
Earthshaking developments Much can be achieved when teachers’ union representatives from all over the world share their skills.
Terrifically scientific When students take part in citizen science projects, they do more than learn knowledge. They help to create it.
Virtually mind-goggling The latest technology seems to be a surefire way to make students goggle-eyed about learning.
Free Aussie learning app takes on the world An Australian literacy and numeracy e-learning program is proving to be a big hit at home and around the world.
Children of the revolution New research has transformed the expected standards in early childhood education.
Paying it forward Concern for students with learning difficulties led Joyce Michael to devise ways to help them.
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Published on Sep 1, 2016