CourierMail: A new program in some of Brisbane's top schools is giving them the edge in NAPLAN testing

CourierMail: A new program in some of Brisbane's top schools is giving them the edge in NAPLAN testing


 

 “A Year 12 humanities student will write about 22,000 words and a maths student 18,000-20,000. Those who struggle with writing are facing an uphill battle with their grades. If you ask a class of 30 students to put their hand up if they feel competent in writing, 16 hands will go up, and 15 of them will be girls.”

Dr Ian Hunter, quote from the CourierMail 

Read the full stories below: 

NAPLAN-QLD-kids-left-behind-on-writing-new-data-shows-Kylie-Lang-The-Courier-Mail.pdf

How-elite-QLD-schools-use-100k-program-to-lift-NAPLAN-results-The-Courier-Mail.pdf

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