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Review of Initial Teacher Education to Lift Australian School Standards

Australia/May 04, 2021/Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/ Over the past two decades, Australian school standards have steadily declined. To help combat this, Federal Education Minister, Alan Tudge, has announced a review of initial … Seguir Leyendo Review of Initial Teacher Education to Lift Australian School Standards

Higher education in New Zealand: Revamp and return to pre-pandemic levels by 2030

New Zealand/May 01, 2021/Source: https://www.studyinternational.com/ hile most major education hubs are racing to rehabilitate their education systems in a pandemic-stricken world, the national agency Education New Zealand (Education NZ) has … Seguir Leyendo Higher education in New Zealand: Revamp and return to pre-pandemic levels by 2030

Australia: New curriculum teaches cultural diversity, dumps ‘Christian heritage’

Australia/April 30, 2021/By Adam Carey, Anna Prytz and Lisa Visentin/Source: https://www.theage.com.au/ A revised Australian curriculum would give greater weight to the nation’s diversity and to First Nations culture, but less emphasis on “Christian heritage” … Seguir Leyendo Australia: New curriculum teaches cultural diversity, dumps ‘Christian heritage’

Australia Should Be ‘Very Cautious’ on Int’l Students’ Return, Education Minister Says

Australia/April 29, 2021/BY: ERUDERA COLLEGE NEWS/Source: https://collegenews.org/ The federal government has been urged to consider Victoria’s proposal for international students’ return, whereas the Education Minister, Alan Tudge advises the government … Seguir Leyendo Australia Should Be ‘Very Cautious’ on Int’l Students’ Return, Education Minister Says

Australia’s universities dominate global impact rankings

Australia/April 23, 2021/By: Brendan O’Malley /Source: https://www.universityworldnews.com/ The University of Manchester in the United Kingdom has topped a table of more than 1,100 universities around the world on action towards … Seguir Leyendo Australia’s universities dominate global impact rankings

New Zealand: NZTC student strives to empower young children

New Zealand/April 23, 2021/Source: https://www.nztertiarycollege.ac.nz For Rou Ai Loo, teaching is an opportunity to help children to feel heard. “Children’s voices are seldom taken into consideration in society. I would … Seguir Leyendo New Zealand: NZTC student strives to empower young children

Australian government prefers education over prosecution to deter cyberbullying

Australia/April 16, 2021/By: Asha Barbaschow / Source: https://www.zdnet.com/ The government has responded to a three year-old report on cyberbullying, saying many of the requests the committee made were included in … Seguir Leyendo Australian government prefers education over prosecution to deter cyberbullying

Australia: Universities hope vaccination delays won’t hinder return of international students

Australia/April 13, 2021/By Anna Patty/Source: https://www.smh.com.au/ The $40 billion a year international education sector is warning it cannot afford to lose a third academic year before international students return to Australia … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Universities hope vaccination delays won’t hinder return of international students

Australia: Foreign student enrolments 210,000 lower than expected

Australia/April 10, 2021/By: Geoff Maslen /Source: https://www.universityworldnews.com Australia’s universities have enrolled 210,000 fewer international students this year than expected, with the loss of AU$1.8 billion (US$1.4 billion) in income. More … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Foreign student enrolments 210,000 lower than expected

ACER to lead international teacher knowledge survey

Australia/April 07, 2021/Source: https://www.acer.org/ The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) is pleased to announce its continued association with the OECD’s Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS). TALIS is a survey … Seguir Leyendo ACER to lead international teacher knowledge survey

Australia: International student losses set to punch $18 billion hole in economy

Australia/April 05, 2021/By Farrah Tomazin, Royce Millar and Adam Carey/Source: https://www.theage.com.au/ The loss of hundreds of thousands of international students to Australia’s strict border closures will punch an $18 billion hole in the economy, … Seguir Leyendo Australia: International student losses set to punch $18 billion hole in economy

‘I feel like a commodity’: COVID hit only beginning for Australia’s unis

Australia/April 03, 2021/By Royce Millar, Farrah Tomazin and Adam Carey/Source: https://www.smh.com.au/ The sharp fall in international students, the hits to university revenue, and an apparently unfriendly government, have exacerbated an existential crisis. So whither … Seguir Leyendo ‘I feel like a commodity’: COVID hit only beginning for Australia’s unis

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