Most people understand that education is a marathon not a sprint, but is it a fair race when some children clearly start off with much better running shoes than others?
As a special education teacher, Swati Phatak savours many proud moments.
A Flinders academic is working on an educational framework to help professionals move towards a common national approach to providing services for young children.
All the really, really smart students do Law, Medicine or Engineering … right?
“All of the disasters have been useful; I’ve decided that I will now have to go onto Facebook.”
Internationally distinguished Flinders University health expert Professor John Coveney commences today (Monday, April 14) as Dean of the new School of Health Sciences.
Imagine a country with a population ten times the size of Australia’s and the largest economy in South East Asia. It’s a democracy, its economic growth is second only to China, and several of its key political players are Australian university graduates, with others rising to prominence.
Flinders University will celebrate the success of the State’s most innovative regional educators as a sponsor of the Education category of the 2014 South Australian Regional Awards.
Australia cannot afford to rest on its educational laurels, Professor Martin Westwell says.