English Curriculum

Prescribed texts studied at school are not engaging our students and don’t reflect our diverse society

By Alex Bacalja and Lauren Bliss

High school students read a range of self-selected texts in their everyday lives but they remain disengaged when

Harry Potter’s world: keeping spaces for magic making in our schools

By Susan Davis

If you are a Harry Potter fan you probably celebrated last month, the twentieth anniversary of the first

Why is NSW dumbing down HSC English? ( no novels, no poetry required)

By Jackie Manuel

I am deeply concerned about changes to the HSC English syllabus. Contrary to public statements by the NSW

Australian schools teach the same texts for decades:good policy or big problem?

By Melissa Jogie

Have you ever noticed your children are studying much the same English texts at school as you did