Teacher shortage felt most in rural, regional and remote communities

Dan Holmes
Updated April 12 2023 - 8:39am, first published 8:00am
NSW Teachers Federation country organiser Jack O'Brien. Picture by Madeline Begley.
NSW Teachers Federation country organiser Jack O'Brien. Picture by Madeline Begley.

A new report has revealed significant challenges to Australian education, including high rates of teacher attrition and significant differences in the quality of education offered by the highest and lowest performing schools.

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Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes

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Dan is a Journalist with the Daily Advertiser in Wagga, covering policy, politics and culture. He is the winner of 2022's Ossie award for domestic and family violence reporting. Tips and pitches to: dan.holmes@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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