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Why the curriculum should be based on students’ readiness, not their age
Structuring the curriculum as a sequence of levels through which every student progresses, but not necessarily at the same pace, will create the flexibility required for every student to learn successfully.
New resource to help drive school improvement
A new book published by ACER is supporting educational leaders to clearly diagnose where their school is in the improvement cycle and implement strategies to move to the next stage.
Debunking the equity myth in education
ACER Chief Executive Professor Geoff Masters says traditional curriculum and assessment systems are ‘fundamentally inequitable’.
The ‘big five’ challenges in education, six years on: a special webinar series
In a special series of free webinars, experts from educational research will join policymakers and practitioners to discuss the challenges facing Australian school education in a changed world.
A commitment to every child's growth: SNSA
Dr Desmond Bermingham writes for Teaching Scotland about the work that ACER has done to develop and deliver a new online assessment approach in Scotland.
What does the research tell us about leadership and international education?
The research findings are clear: data are crucial to school improvement and school leaders play a critical role in identifying reliable and meaningful data, write ACER's Pauline Taylor-Guy, Jarrod Hingston and Pina Tarricone.