Australian schools fall short on quality and equity: report
A new report has come out from the Australian Productivity Commission, reviewing the performance of different education systems across all States and Territories. The report evaluated the academic and emotional wellbeing of students across Australia to see where any improvements could be made.
The report showed that yearly, 5-9 per cent of students across Australia do not meet the age standards for numeracy and literacy.
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First aired on The Wire, Thursday 15 September 2022