AEL Volume 38 Issue 4 November 2016
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18 Nov 2016 08:57 am
Dr Neil MacNeill
As usual, Brian Caldwell is on the money with his clear thoughts about professional autonomy. Professional autonomy will be a catalyst as our success chips away the dead hand of the macro educational bureaucracy, as we move toward a system of schools rather than a school system.

In our school we dumped the ACARA version of a maths curriculum designed to ensure Australia is rated 18th in the PISA tests, and we bought-in Singapore Maths (Prime Maths) so our students have a realistic view of global standards.

Let us promote the creativity that can grow from professional autonomy.

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