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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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Please note that Curriculum Corporation and Curriculum Leadership journal are moving premises on Friday 23 May. The journal will not be published that week. The next edition of the journal will appear Friday 30 May 2008. Contact details for the journal are unchanged.

The Refugee Action Support program

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The Refugee Action Support (RAS) project in Sydney aims to help humanitarian refugee children to make the transition from Intensive English Centres to mainstream Australian high schools. RAS provides focussed literacy and numeracy support through the provision of tutoring centres, identifying the most effective pedagogies for use with refugee children, and developing pre-service teachers’ understanding of diverse student learners. RAS is an initiative of the University of Western Sydney, the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation and the NSW Department of Education and Training.

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Learning lessons from NCLB

Allan Luke, Annette Woods

Two education experts draw lessons for Australian educators from the experience of the USA's No Child Left Behind policy – QTU Professional Magazine.

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ICT and education

A range of studies examine the impact of new technologies on learning – ISQ Briefings.

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The case for early intervention

Irma Perez-Johnson, Rebecca Maynard

Research confirms early childhood as the most promising time to address social disadvantage – Peabody Journal of Education.

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Professional learning communities

Jay McTighe

Members of a professional learning community can have valuable roles as critical friend, analyst of student work, and facilitator of continuous learning – The Learning Principal.

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