Pauline Hanson’s divisive comments on education yesterday are merely the tip of a very problematic iceberg. The solution lies within, and from the top. We need leadership to enable a vast rethink.
The Australian education is in dire need of an overhaul. We look to Japan and Finland for inspiration in hopes to achieve similar success.
Education in this country is backwards, as learning more than necessary is discouraged. I think it’s time we turn in our papers, and think for ourselves.
What do our genes say about us, and are we slaves to our predetermined genetic makeup? Which has the bigger effect; nature or nurture?
The federal election is in full swing, with much to be promised – but don’t expect education to feature as strongly as it should.
The pen might still be preferred, but it’s time for the education system to have a rethink, and embrace the digital age.
After the same sex marriage ruling in the US, James Walsh finds several objections to modern day Christianity’s use of the Bible as a defence.
James Walsh considers Christopher Pyne’s proposals for education reform, but most of all he would like to see the system go “back to school”.
As odd as it may sound, James Walsh sees faith as the natural correlation between those who believe in a higher force, and those who don’t…