The NSW government has announced a radical review into the curriculum to bring it into the 21st century. We’d like to hear from teachers about what they think
In what is being proposed as a vital “decluttering” of the K-12 school system, the NSW school curriculum is facing a radical review. It’s being hailed as a return to “core values” and a re-focus on the content that will prepare students for the future.
The review will be led by professor Geoff Masters from the Australian Council for Education Research and promises to be “widely consultative”. It follows the Gonski report into excellence in education which advised a shift away from year-based curriculum.