NSW Education Standards Authority

Preparing children for work. Is this the best we can do for our students?

By Don Carter

I am concerned that recent reforms to the NSW Higher School Certificate are based on a narrowly conceived

The study of novels and poetry is essential for senior secondary students

By Rosemary Ross Johnston

The serious dumbing down of the senior English syllabus in NSW will have significant repercussions for students, employers,

The NSW Education Standards Authority responds to Charlotte Pezaro’s post: Specialist maths and science teachers in primary schools are part – a key part – of the solution

By Peter Lee

This blog post is a response to Charlotte’s Pezaro’s post Specialist science and maths teachers in primary schools

NSW Education Standards Authority: is this new authority genuine reform or political spin?

By Nan Bahr and Donna Pendergast

A key recommendation of the recently released Review of the NSW Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) is a call for “a more risk based approach to the Authority’s regulatory work”. The BOSTES, renamed in the review as the NSW Education Standards Authority, is the authority that governs school education standards in New