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Links 1 through 10 of 27 by Greg Hill tagged education

Thursday, September 14, 2006: The suicide of young doctor Chanh Thaow, following a similar case last year with Lachlan McIntyre, is tragic (The Age, 12/9/2006). We need to question the ability of the medical fraternity to deliver necessary reforms for do

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Thursday, June 01, 2006: Phil Bell (Letters, The Age, 1/6/2006) argues that we shouldn't get too worked up about religious instruction since the values taught are about being "responsible, caring and positive contributors to our society". Teachers "provi

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Monday, May 29, 2006: Despite her protestations, Education Services Minister Jacinta Allan cannot shirk her responsibilities for education outcomes in this state (The Age, 29/5/2006). Religious educators should not be allowed to impose their values on st

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Thursday, May 18, 2006: As an outsider to Melbourne's curious private school system, I must confess to a giddy rush of Schadenfreude ("shameful joy") upon hearing of the looming stoush between Scotch College and St Kevin's College over CityLink's expansi

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Wednesday, April 05, 2006: Congratulations to The Age for presenting a series of informative articles and opinion pieces about our crisis in child-care (The Age, 4/4/05, 5/4/05). Quality journalism is crucial to explain the issues to those of us outside t

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Thursday, March 09, 2006: The new road-safety campaign highlights graphically the difference that just 5 km/h can make. What about the gruesome impact of strapping a hundred kilos of steel on the front of vehicles, in the form of unnecessary and selfish b

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