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The Achievements Of Captain James Cook Are A Story for The Ages

Colleen Harkin

April 30, 2023

This year, on 29 April, it was 253 years since Captain James Cook landed at Botany Bay. Despite the obvious significance of that day, it barely, if ever, rates a mention.Thanks to the collapse of our education system, many Australians think Cook was part of the First Fleet that arrived eighteen years later, on January 26.
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The De education Of Australian Students

Colleen Harkin

April 11, 2023

I am also delighted to share that the History Teachers’ Association of Victoria (HTAV) has now endorsed all of Class Action’s curriculum units, and will be promoting them to history teachers across the state.
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Let Teachers Teach

Colleen Harkin

March 31, 2023

Teachers are overwhelmed by unsustainable demands around quite unnecessary administration and documentation. These include anecdotal notes every week on every child for every subject. And individual conferences with every child in every subject every two weeks.
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Right To Faith-Based Education Sacrificed At The Altar Of Progressivism

Colleen Harkin

March 23, 2023

Many of these independent institutions are faith-based settings committed to teaching the tenets of their belief structure. When parents entrust their child to a faith-based school, they do so on the understanding that these tenets will be instilled in the child alongside the “three Rs.” This amounts to a values-based contract.
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Class Action To The Rescue Of Captain Cook

Colleen Harkin

March 7, 2023

Class Action program has taken a significant step towards the launch of our latest curriculum unit for Year 9 students: Captain James Cook: Brilliant navigator and intrepid traveller, or destructive coloniser?
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F for Fail in Civics and Citizenship

Colleen Harkin

January 25, 2023

Some of you would have heard that late last year the New Zealand High Court ruled that its current voting age of 18 is discriminatory. This year, lawmakers in New Zealand are set to debate lowering the country’s voting age to 16.
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