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Pressure on universities to raise the entry level for teaching courses In The Media - Posted on 24 April 2018

Pressure is mounting on universities to raise the bar for entry to undergraduate teaching courses, with former NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli urging the states and territories to consider following Victoria’s lead by increasing the minimum ATAR needed for enrolment.

Why are so many teachers quitting the profession? In The Media - Posted on 24 April 2018

Why are so many teachers quitting the profession?

When is your child ready for school? Article - Posted on 15 March 2018

Professor Andrew Martin, a Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of New South Wales, talk to ABC radio about school starting age.

The Piccoli Prescription In The Media - Posted on 7 March 2018

The former NSW education minister says Australia has a cultural problem when it comes to schooling.

Stan Grant interviews Pasi Sahlberg and Adrian Piccoli In The Media - Posted on 6 March 2018

Matter of Fact with Stan Grant: Pasi Sahlberg and Adrian Piccoli discuss NAPLAN and educational policy in Australia and Finland.

Adrian Piccoli's new institute to look at education's trickiest questions In The Media - Posted on 5 March 2018

Whether the ATAR system is discouraging hard work, why some of the top Australian students have declining results and whether families need to play a bigger role in education are some of the thorny questions a new high-profile group of education experts and industry leaders is hoping to answer.

QS World University Rankings by Subject Article - Posted on 5 March 2018

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences has performed strongly in the latest QS World University Rankings.

Why should we follow Finland? In The Media - Posted on 4 February 2018

The Finnish public school education model has been touted as world-leading but would it work in Australia?

World leader in education joins UNSW In The Media - Posted on 1 February 2018

World-renowned Finnish educator Dr Pasi Sahlberg has been appointed a Professor of Education at UNSW Sydney and will work with the University’s new interdisciplinary institute focussing on educational access and excellence, the Gonski Institute for Education (GIE).

NAPLAN useful but 'not the be all and end all', says Education Minister Simon Birmingham In The Media - Posted on 31 January 2018

Pasi Sahlberg and Gonski Institute for Education, NAPLAN useful but not the be all and end all, says Education Minister Simon Birmingham, Fairfax Media.

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It's time for a bipartisan approach to education

Ahead of a UNSW panel discussion about the impact of inequality on a child's education, Adrian Piccoli and Jihad Dib reframe the debate about Australian education.

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