This extract is from the parent of a student participating in Aurora’s Aspiration Initiative. It gives unique insight into the true value of this incredible program and the impact.
Since Kitty te Riele’s Flexible Learning reports were launched at Victoria University there has been a steady conversation: newspapers, radio and Twitter have been abuzz with flexible learning findings.
Last week the Western Australian Indigenous Labor MP, Ben Wyatt, told a conference in Perth that Aboriginal children in remote communities need a “full Western education”.
The beginning of the first decade of the new millennium was an exciting time to be a teacher. The world was changing and a critical mass of people had embraced the possibilities of that change, particularly with regard to teaching and learning.
Hands On Learning Australia has helped hundreds of kids stay at school since 1999. In this short video former HOL students share their stories of what school was like for them,