Skip to comments.Literacy hit squads for schools
Posted on 09/07/2009 11:49:04 PM PDT by myknowledge
FLYING squads of specialist teachers will swoop into 300 Queensland schools next year under a plan to boost literacy and numeracy results.
The so-called Turnaround Teams will be deployed to low-performing schools to identify why their results are below average and develop strategies to improve literacy and numeracy levels.
``Some schools may have problems with truancy or behaviour management, others may need extra help with early childhood learning or teaching science for instance,'' Premier Anna Bligh said today.
The teams are part of the State Government's three-year bid to turn around poor results in Queensland schools and will cost $9 million.
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When everyone stops deluding themselves, and realizes that Government Schools and Liberalism being a Mental Disorder are the problem, the world will be a better place!
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