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Why do Australian states need a national curriculum, and do teachers even use it?

By Emily Ross, Lecturer, Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of the Sunshine Coast
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The draft version of the revised Australian Curriculum has caused much controversy since it was released in April this year. And many wonder what the point is of having a national curriculum at all.The Conversation

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