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Very common
Very common
High school sexual harassment common for both sexes Male students are more likely to experience six out of nine forms of sexual harassment than female students.
Maintain
Maintain
The Second Janus Moment: Maintaining the collaborative breakthrough Janus is considered the god of doorways, transitions, time, beginnings, and endings. He is represented, quite fittingly, as a man with two faces directed away from each other.
Adam Inder, Deputy Principal, Clarkson Community High
Pipeline
Pipeline
Ribit matches students and businesses Ribit connects STEM and digital students with Australian businesses to build the talent pipeline for Australian SMEs and start-ups. 
Rates too high
Rates too high
1 in 6 young people in Australia have been homeless There are persistent high rates of youth homelessness and the problem is made worse as homeless youth are more likely to be bullied and experience mental health problems.
Declutter and upskill
Declutter and upskill
‘Cluttered Curriculum’ not the crux of our education problem Curriculum Expert shares five layers of an exemplary curriculum
Karen Green, education and curriculum specialist and co-founder of MAPPEN
Fraser
Fraser
Parents give schools an A+ during covid-19 lockdown The virus has done one thing, parents now hold teachers and the work they do in higher regard since the lockdown and remote schooling.
Urban School
Urban School
RMIT Urban School emphasises diverse pathways Reducing the focus on ATAR scores and establishing a learner profile which is a broader measure of a student’s strengths and abilities will open pathways to higher education and work.
How now
How now
The School of Now gets a head start on remote Remote delivery of subjects to students in Western Sydney through the School of Now has proven timely, giving students advance exposure to learning leveraged with Zoom and the Canvas LMS.
Potential
Potential
How teachers' self-fulfilling prophecies, known as The Pygmalion Effect, influence students' success Teachers’ beliefs in the form of self-fulfilling prophecies, which have been labelled The Pygmalion Effect, can also be a game changer in selected students’ educational options.
Ray Boyd, Dr Neil MacNeill
Get involved with NiDA
Get involved with NiDA
Audience invited to take part in NIDA Ghost Lights Audiences worldwide are invited to perform, record, and upload a monologue to social media and the best monologues will be showcased every week.
ID
ID
Identity management sorted in SA Micro Focus’ identity management solution has been selected by Insync Solutions as part of the South Australian Department for Education’s EdPass project. 
A corporation?
A corporation?
Corporate strategies work in school management Principals might be well served by taking a leaf out of the corporate management book and adopting some of the strategies that CEOs of large corporations rely on.
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