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TIMMS test results spark controversy

This past fortnight I have talked about my schools performance on national tests to school council [NAPLAN] and now I’ve seen lots of editorials and responses in newspapers about Australia’s performance in the recent international tests in maths and science for years … Continue reading

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This is Captain Kirk of the USS Enterprise calling CERN

I have been watching the live feed from CERN on the worlds first Hadron Collider. The live set in the world’s largest particle physics laboratory explains how this marvel of engineering works. I get that this is a significant moment … Continue reading

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