Australia Needs Higher Teacher Selection Standards To Improve Students’ Results (INFOGRAPHIC)

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According to the recent statistic, Australia really needs to lift the status of teachers. When multiple top-rated school systems make it a national must-have, Australia still does not work on attracting the strongest workers. And here is what the Typical Student team will talk about in this post.

 

Recent Statistic

 

 

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Needless to say, improving teacher selection would improve student results. And although the greatest falls in Australian education were in the 1980s, modern standards do require special attention. For example, in 2018, only 1 in 4 students offered a place in undergraduate teaching based on Australian Tertiary Admission Rank received an ATAR of at least 80. Talking about other progressive courses, it’s 1 in 2.

 

Median ATAR Of Domestic University Courses

 

 

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Based on the stats, New South Wales and Victoria already increased entry standards. The minimum ATAR requirements are going to be 70 in 2019. Finally, take a closer look at the infographic below.

 

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