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Values fruitful

05 June 2006 | Christopher Gleeson
Recent statements by government leaders accusing their own schools of ‘values neutral’ education demonstrate clearly how out of touch they are with teaching and learning in the nation’s classrooms.

The strength of diversity

22 May 2006 | Joanna Leonard
The move to private education is not always what parents might hope.

View from within

22 May 2006 | Tom Mann
Educator Tom Mann recalls his experiences of working with children in detention

Richer or poorer

22 May 2006 | Michael Furtado
Michael Furtado on public money and private schools.

In praise of teaching

14 May 2006 | Jenny Stewart

It’s the best of jobs and the worst of jobs, and it’s time we all took it a lot more seriously.



Sustainable hope

14 May 2006 | Michele Gierck
Michele Gierck observes how education programs in Kenya are restoring hope for AIDS victims.

Ordinary virtues

10 May 2006 | Don Gazzard
Don Gazzard visits the new academic centre at St Mary’s and Newman Colleges

The gift of speaking freely

08 May 2006 | Andrew Hamilton
Teachers need free speech in order to teach with authority

On human leadership

30 April 2006 | Marilyn Warren

As I reflect upon leadership and my human experience, one of my first thoughts is that leadership has to be for something. It is not a goal in itself.

Facing a lifetime without work

24 April 2006 | Tim Martyn
The transition from school to work or study is harder now than it has been since the recession "we had to have" in 1990.

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