Australian teens persist at thinking it through: PISA

Australian teens persist at thinking it through: PISA

Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014

A report released today by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) reveals Australian 15-year-olds are more likely to persevere with challenging problems than some of their peers in high-performing countries. 

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Business and community leaders step into principals’ shoes

Business and community leaders step into principals’ shoes

Monday, 11 Aug 2014

Around 150 business and community leaders will step up for schools and become Principal for a Day tomorrow. 

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Achieving educational quality for all

Achieving educational quality for all

Tuesday, 5 Aug 2014

Achieving educational quality for all requires a focus on improving outcomes for disadvantaged learners, according to research findings presented at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) annual conference in Adelaide, addressing the theme, Quality and Equity: What does research tell us?

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In schooling, the early bird really does catch the worm

In schooling, the early bird really does catch the worm

Monday, 4 Aug 2014

New research shows that equitable access to quality education for all students in the early years of schooling is crucial for later success, delegates to a conference in Adelaide today will hear.

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Tackle racism to improve Indigenous student outcomes

Tackle racism to improve Indigenous student outcomes

Sunday, 3 Aug 2014

Greater experiences of racism are significantly associated with lower self-perceptions of maths and English abilities and increased feelings of hopelessness at school, Dr Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews will tell delegates to the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) annual conference tomorrow.

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