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  1. Standards and working conditions 12 October 2023

    63 minutes in half an hour: the intensity of time in teaching

    Meghan Stacey, Greg Thompson, Anna Hogan, Nicole Mockler, Sue Creagh

    Education International’s 2021 Global Report on the Status of Teachers found that workload, and its impact on teachers and leaders, remains a key concern for all members. The OECD’s Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) for 2018 found that on average across OECD countries, workload-related sources of stress for teachers...

    63 minutes in half an hour: the intensity of time in teaching
  2. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 20 July 2023

    Australia: Better access to higher education for Indigenous students in major reform of the sector

    The Australian government has announced a set of reforms aiming to increase access to higher education for Indigenous students and those from disadvantaged backgrounds. All Indigenous students will be guaranteed a Commonwealth-supported place at the university of their choice.

    Australia: Better access to higher education for Indigenous students in major reform of the sector
  3. Leading the profession 26 April 2023

    Ways to empower teachers of the world

    Steven Kolber

    It is time for teachers to be empowered to shape their work and their world, here are some approaches to achieve it!

    Ways to empower teachers of the world
  4. Leading the profession 25 April 2023

    Teachers as democracy workers

    Keith Heggart

    The work of teachers is something of a contradiction. Governments, policy-makers, educators and parents are often quick to point out the importance of education for young people – and that necessarily highlights the value of teachers. Yet at the same time, in many countries around the world, the profession of...

    Teachers as democracy workers
All articles: Australia

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Tim Anderson

8 September 2021

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