Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Tell us 2010

Seven thousand young people across Australia have had their say in Tell Us, the country’s biggest national student survey on school education. The survey results reveal that secondary students want a more active role and a greater voice in their schooling.
Nearly half of students surveyed said they don’t help decide how their school runs, while only four in ten students agreed that their school listens to what they have to say. (Text adapted from AustralianPolicyOnline) Read the full report here

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