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11.12.2012

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The Federal Minister for Education Peter Garrett says he's disappointed with Australia's poor ranking in the international test. He says a new national curriculum and better teacher training will have positive effects on student outcomes. He denied the results were evidence of policy failure, and he said it was important for State Governments to embrace a national school improvement plan. Source: abc.net.au

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