“What is now needed from governments at all levels in Australia is the same commitment shown in other countries to ensure the overdue vision for curriculum reform is realised. Our young people deserve nothing less.”
ACE National President, Dr Phil Lambert PSM, has written an opinion piece for the Sydney Morning Herald, published this week.
The article, titled ‘Students need different skills for a changing world’, emphasises the need for Australian students to be taught new skills to help them adapt to and excel in today’s ever-changing workforce, whilst continuing to ‘acquire solid foundations’ in literacy and numeracy.
You can read the full article here: