Schools an important ground for social cohesion

The way kids experience school has changed drastically in recent history. I’m not talking about the movement from books to laptops or crayons to ipads, but rather how schools have become important micro publics that force people from drastically different groups together. So how well are our schools dealing with this change? 

 Associate Professor Jane Wilkinson from Monash University had a chat with Alex on Breakfast to answer just that.

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