ATAR scores only part of the picture for teaching
Graham, Linda J. (2014) ATAR scores only part of the picture for teaching. The Conversation, June(27).
A common debate has resurfaced over teacher quality and the quality of teacher education in Australia. This time it was started by a leaked draft report into teacher education from the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) which the public can’t expect to see for at least another month. Media reports have all focused on one aspect of the wide-ranging report: teaching students' ATARs.
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