Monthly Archives: September 2021

Learning Schools Priorities For Supporting Them

Learning Schools Priorities For Supporting Them

Many students, teachers, and families have been left struggling to cope with remote learning since the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who learn English as an additional language (EAL/D) can find remote learning challenging. We wanted to learn about the experiences of schools in supporting and teaching these students during the lockdowns in Victoria for 2020 and

International Students Destination Of Choice Australia Rebound

International Students Destination Of Choice Australia Rebound

International higher education is being transform by the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to falling international student enrollments, the sector that was once dominated by the US and UK is now in decline. Our research shows that Australia has a great opportunity to be a top international destination for study. However, this depends on a proactive and

Education News Is Negative And Demoralising

Education News Is Negative And Demoralising

Teachers find that news coverage about education is often negative. This is especially evident in the reporting of results from standardised tests like NAPLAN or the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment, (PISA), where teachers feel that they are most responsible for the perceived problems. For years, Australian students are report to have fallen behind