Recode interviewed a number of people across the education sector to find out what they do to improve their education.
Education secretary Tara Westover said she had been asked by students, parents, and teachers if they were looking for ways to improve quality of education.
She said the government wanted to make sure students, teachers, and parents understood the “important” role that teachers play.
The key to ensuring students, staff, and administrators have a “quality of life” that they can achieve, she said.
She said there were some areas that were underperforming in certain subjects but she would like to see more of the same improvement in those areas.
The Government had already started to address some of these issues in a way that students, students, and staff could benefit from.
Westover said it was important that the government knew what it was doing to improve education.
“Our focus should be to improve students’ experience, their knowledge, and their abilities,” she said, adding that the Government would also look to address issues around student wellbeing, social, and health.
The Education Secretary also revealed that the Department of Education was working on a new curriculum for students.
The Department of International Development and Development, which is also responsible for the Australian Skills Program, had been tasked with developing the curriculum.
This would include topics like the importance of multiculturalism and diversity, and the importance and role of students and teachers.
The new curriculum would also be available to schools across the country.
It would also include topics on the social, economic, and environmental benefits of international students.
It is also hoped that the curriculum will be available for teachers to use on a regular basis.