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The danger of losing scientists and historians

Something has gone wrong when, on present trends, we face a future with few graduates in some of the essential disciplines. Australia faces a national skills crisis as students abandon unpopular subjects such as maths, science and humanities in response ...

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A book to make a difference

Making a Difference is a collaborative industry initiative mooted more than five years ago and produced with support from all universities and other educational institutions, government and industry-related organisations. The International Education Association of Australia provided a secretariat for the ...

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Charting the evolution of learning

The history of education helps teachers understand how curricula and educational policy are formed writes Geoffrey Sherington. Dr Brian Croke’s recent address on receiving the Wyndham Medal drew attention to the decline in the teaching of the history of education ...

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