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P-Tech model does not mean turning over teaching to industry: principal MP3

One part of the Federal Government's innovation policy is to trial a P-Tech school, likely to be in Geelong. Prime Minister Tony Abbott says the school will be based on the one he visited in Brooklyn recently. Founding principal of that school Rashid Davis says the partnership with IBM does not mean teaching and learning is being turned over to industry. Source: abc.net.au

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