Far too many Australian students make too little learning progress each year. Many students who fall behind never catch up, while many highly able students are not stretched.
"We have students coming in at all levels of ability in Year 7 - from Grade 2 to Year 8 level" says Samantha Goodman, a Leading Maths Teacher at Bacchus Marsh College, a secondary school on the northern outskirts of Melbourne. "Overall, we were seeing students with low growth in maths and low engagement, and this was very concerning."
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