The following articles provide examples of recent news coverage of ACER’s work.

Newest teachers more likely to be teaching out of field

Early career secondary teachers are more likely than their experienced colleagues to be teaching outside their area of expertise, according to a report, Out-of-field teaching in Australian secondary schools.

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Stopping the drift in school performance requires a national action plan

A new report written by ACER Chief Executive Professor Geoff Masters AO has called for a new level of cooperation between governments to address worrying trends in Australian schools.

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Schools vital for wellbeing of marginalised students

The latest Australian Child Wellbeing Project report – from a study undertaken by a team of researchers at Flinders University, the University of New South Wales and ACER – released in Canberra today, reveals marginalised students are more likely to report low levels of wellbeing.

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