This is a brilliant analysis of the implications of Pyne’s announcement of the National Curriculum review. Well worth the read.
There’s going to be a bit of talk about Christopher Pyne’s attempt to redirect the shape of the Australian Curriculum and the way it is taught. There’s also going to be a fair amount of talk about Kevin Donnelly, the next in a line of columnists for The Australian who have provided with a position to help shape the ideological direction of the decisions to be made by this new government, following on from Henry Ergas and Tim Wilson. On that note, I wonder if we will see Chris Kenny involved in a review of the ABC on some level.
There are also going to be a fair amount of the public who will wonder who Kevin Donnelly is. The Australian isn’t widely read and in my experience, most teachers outside Victoria have never heard of Mr. Donnelly and his “Education Standards Institute”. Nor would they know about his…
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