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Universities face a fatal choice. They can acquiesce to the demands of censorious staff and students or reject intolerance and bullying.
by Steven Schwartz - 14/01/2022 - 13 comments
Science communication sells great stories, but science isn't about stories or messages or narratives.
by Charles Essery - 10/01/2022 - 11 comments
No matter how much time and effort we invest in schools and universities, practical wisdom will remain the rarest and most important skill of all.
by Steven Schwartz - 5/01/2022 - 5 comments
If we want our children to succeed, we must let them fail.
by Steven Schwartz - 8/12/2021 - 10 comments
There is more than one way of organising a large secondary school but the one that dominates is based on same-age organisation, a grade system.
by Peter Barnard - 8/12/2021 - 1 comment
Amazon may soon offer an end-of-the-university-as-we-know-it box set. (E-books, no doubt.)
by Steven Schwartz - 30/11/2021 - 9 comments
Education wasn't an issue because it was under-resourced, it was an issue because of progressive agendas like Critical Race Theory, and radical Gender Theory, being force-fed to kids.
by Graham Young - 12/11/2021 - 24 comments
The scientific process starts by conceiving a research question, and the tentacles of journal publishers reach all the way to this initial step and beyond, influencing funding, training, and, ultimately, scientific progress.
by Nicole Barbaro - 4/11/2021 - 1 comment
I read the decision as an exercise in pettifoggery and misdirection, where the five judge panel and its joint judgment indulges in some virtue-signalling about academic freedom when it doesn’t count.
by James Allan - 27/10/2021 - 5 comments
If the first sign of madness is doing the same thing and expecting a different result, how are we to describe the state of mind that implements the same failed policy twice as hard and expects an even better result?
by Graham Young - 15/07/2021 - 6 comments
If Ridd loses, then, without remedial action by the government, academics become mere cyphers of their universities, unable to strenuously critique the work of their colleagues.
by Graham Young - 2/07/2021 - 50 comments
Australia's educational performance has been in decline since the 1970s, but this is no accident. It is by design, curriculum design to be specific.
by Graham Young - 22/06/2021 - 20 comments

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