The National Conference of the Asia Education Foundation (AEF) was held in Sydney 16-17 June 2014. See transcript of opening address from the Australian Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, and conference highights.
The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) has discussed the value of offering Latin as a language option in the Australian Curriculum, in a statement 'Latin: a choice amongst many' on the home page of its website, 20 June 2014. The statement responded to criticism of the inclusion of Latin raised in an article in the Courier Mail earlier the same day.
Concerns have been raised in Queensland that universities 'could end up dictating what school students study', under proposals that senior students undertake external assessments. See article in the Courier Mail 19 June 2014.
Cyber privacy experts have raised concerns that apps used in schools may be mined by large internet companies to target advertisements, according to a report on ABC News 19 June 2014.
A primary teacher offers advice to parents in an article in the Guardian 10 June 2014.
A US principal discusses a model for collaborative teaching, and how its key points might apply elsewhere, in an article on the Connected Principals blog 15 June 2014.
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