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The government’s options for higher education reform come with significant trade offs. from www.shutterstock.com

Rushed reform benefits no one in the end

The onus is now on students, universities and the wider public to make clear where they stand on the options laid out in the discussion paper.
Some students will not encounter a trained maths or science teacher until the latter years of secondary school. from www.shutterstock.com

Why is it so hard to recruit good maths and science teachers?

Lack of confidence, negative attitudes and low student participation rates are just a few of the challenges maths and science teachers face.
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Should we scrap the ATAR? What are the alternative options? Experts comment

The ATAR system is cheap and efficient, but it means students are selected to go to university on the basis of a single score which some have claimed is too simplisitc. Is it time for a new system?

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