Dusseldorp Forum has released The Case for Inclusive Learning Systems, a report that aims to move the national conversation from what isn’t working in education
Since Kitty te Riele’s Flexible Learning reports were launched at Victoria University there has been a steady conversation: newspapers, radio and Twitter have been abuzz with flexible learning findings.
When high school teacher Paul Sherman took over WAVE (Wirreanda Adaptive Vocational Education) five years ago it had 64 students. Today it has 134, and a growing reputation for engaging those who are drifting.
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We’re facing an epidemic of disengagement in schools, not just in Australia, but around the world,” says education specialist David Price. “Policy makers won’t acknowledge
The Australian Youth Affairs Coalition (AYAC) have released current research into the Australian Government's 'Learn or Earn' program following its implementation three years ago.
Learning Choices covers the broad spectrum of inclusive and flexible learning programs for young people disenfranchised from the conventional schooling system.