As the Productivity Commission Draft Report on the inquiry into the National Education Evidence Base has highlighted, Australia needs better policies, systems and institutions to collect the correct data and analyse it to generate evidence of what works and why; share this knowledge across school systems and governments; and translate it into tools that are appropriate for the classroom. Supporting and empowering school leaders and teachers to embrace and engage with evidence to better inform their decision making is also crucial. Evidence for Learning and Social Ventures Australia strongly support the majority of the draft recommendations.
Evidence for Learning and Social Ventures Australia.
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