ACARA’s proposed new curriculum would increase teacher workloads

22 June, 2021

Our union alongside the Queensland Teachers’ Union (QTU) continues to raise significant concerns to the Queensland Education Minister and the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) regarding ACARA’s Prep-Year 10 Australian Curriculum Review.

The QCAA is in charge of the Queensland response to the national review and union members have participated in a number of QCAA-led consultation forums, where they have identified significant concerns regarding ACARA’s proposed changes.

 

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