australian education system problems

Six ways Australia’s education system is failing our kids

Australian teens are falling behind, as others race ahead. The Programme for International …

What is the problem with Australian schools? –

Australian schools are in deep trouble and students will continue to slip behind in reading, maths and science unless there is urgent action from all governments, a new report has warned.

Australian education system

The Australian education system provides primary, secondary and tertiary education. School education (Primary and Secondary) School education is similar across all of Australia with only minor variations between states and territories. School education (primary and secondary) is compulsory between the ages of six and sixteen (Year 1 to Year 9 or 10).

Australian education system in crisis, says teacher

Australian education system in crisis, says teacher quitting after 33 years teacher has quit her job after 33 years saying the Australia’s education system is broken. were afraid to speak

Australian schools continue to fall behind other countries

Australian schools continue to fall behind other countries in maths and science November 29, 2016 4.01am EST Little has changed in Australian students’ achievement in maths and science since 1995.

The crisis facing Australian schools is real | The New Daily

The crisis facing Australian schools is real. There has been a failure to plan for enough classrooms to cope with a significant increase in student numbers now beginning to work their way through the system after birth rates began increasing. The problems are expected to become particularly evident in secondary schools over the next decade.

Australia Education System –

Tertiary education takes place at university or technical college of which there are many – some religious, some private and some centrally controlled. There are many foreign tertiary students in Australia (particularly from Asia) as this is a conduit to a successful migration.

The Australian education system | Australian Education

Australian higher education. Australia’s higher education system is made up of universities and higher education providers that play a critical role in fuelling innovation, driving productivity and giving students the skills they need for future success. There are 125 registered higher education providers in Australia.

Australia’s schools are underfunded, undervalued and, yes

Yet education minister Christopher Pyne says we do not have an equity problem in Australia’s education system. Australia is the kick-arse economy of the western world, sailing through the global financial crisis while enjoying one of the lowest debt ratios. We remain triple AAA rated.