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Principal trials fix to ‘cluttered curriculum’

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The Educator | 07 Jun 2016, 10:05 AM Agree 0
A Melbourne principal tells The Educator how some simple but revolutionary changes are making big improvements to student outcomes at his school.
  • Dianne Williams | 07 Jun 2016, 02:25 PM Agree 0
    Once again, teachers pay the price for a socially engineered agenda that concentrates on making kids feel as though they are achieving: 'skiils' rather than 'smarts'.
    Ceramics; Dance; Gardening: what are we doing?
    While we entertain kids and make them feel oh so good about themselves, we expect teachers to work additional hours so these same kids can be given the 'opportunity' to work at subjects that should be mandatory. Again I say, "God save us."
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