Education

There's no need for the 'Chicago principles' in Australian universities to protect freedom of speech
Education

There’s no need for the ‘Chicago principles’ in Australian universities to protect freedom of speech

Written by: Katharine Gelber, Professor of Politics and Public Policy, The University of Queensland This week the government asked former High Court Chief Justice Robert French to head an inquiry into free speech on universities. Education minister Dan Tehan claimed...

For the sake of kids, embrace math
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For the sake of kids, embrace math

Written by: Andy Hargreaves, Research Professor in Education, Boston College Parents have a responsibility for their children’s math development too. Shutterstock Mathematics is causing headaches in schools across Canada, Australia and many other parts of the world. Teachers in both...

Four ways children say their well-being can be improved
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Four ways children say their well-being can be improved

Written by: Charlotte Todd, Researcher (Child Health and Well-being), Swansea University Playtime. Monkey Business Images/ShutterstockGood emotional health as a child lays the foundation for good life satisfaction in adulthood. However, in the UK children and young people’s happiness with their...

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