Education Minister Jason Clare began well earlier this year when he made it compulsory for universities when training teachers to teach reading, writing and mathematics using evidence-based practices.
However, his foray into the teaching wars has, unsurprisingly, culminated in a series of policies focused on improving equity while seriously compromising academic standards.
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Brianna McKee is a Research Fellow and the National Manager of Generation Liberty at the Institute of Public Affairs
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