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Government policies on Indigenous education are underpinned by the idea of a child being ready for school. But for students to succeed we need to ask how ready is our education system to support Indigenous students?
The Monash Virtual School will continue and expand thanks to an additional $1.2 million in philanthropic funding from The Invergowrie Foundation, it was announced today.
Monash University PhD student Aish Ravi was racially vilified in a recent VAFA football game, but her pleas for action have gone largely unheard. How can Australian football’s governing bodies allocate funds towards eliminating racism if that racism isn’t being acknowledged, acted on, or penalties applied?
With regional Victoria facing a teaching crisis, Monash alumna and successful business woman Christie Han wants to give back – and supports country school leavers to study education at Monash.
Academic reading proficiency is one of the most important skills university students need to acquire, yet only 20-30% engage with curriculum-assigned materials. To achieve higher-order thinking, learners must invest more cognitive resources and exert greater mental effort.