Nsw government reviews confucius classrooms program in NSW
The NSW government is reviewing how it sets standards for schools in its schools confucius programs.
Key points: NSW Education Minister Michael Morelle to review programs in schools under the confucius curriculum
Schools under review include St Andrews University, Sydney University, St Vincent’s School, Monash University, the University of Sydney and Wagga Wagga College
Schools have been awarded certificates under the program, which has more than 2,500 students at each of its locations
“There is no reason why confucius education should be considered inferior to other education opportunities. I expect schools and other schools to follow their own best practice,” he said.
“In our schools’ curriculum, we have been given an inadequate framework, we rely on a large variety of other evidence and our national accreditation bodies have failed us miserably i온라인 카지노n our own national review.
“I intend to look at all aspects of the program and look at what lessons can be learned and what lessons could be improved, so I am confident that I will receive the right advice from the NSW government.”
Mr Morelle was asked about programs in the schools.
“I am not going to go into school curriculum and what makes it better than other education opportunities for schools because, if I go into school curriculum there will be no doubt there will be problems,” he said.
Schools under review include St Andrews University, Sydney University, St Vincent’s School, Monash University, the University of Sydney and Wagga Wagga College.
“Schools are in a bad place, and I have just spoken with the CEO of the School of the Future at a number of Australian universities,” he said.
“Their business model, they’re already doing that through their confucius program, where they set up confucius training programs for teachers and students.
“That is absolutely fine, it has been done in the UK, it has been done in the US with a good success story over there, and I am interested to see that work here.”
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