Homework, technology, smaller classes: what works in NSW classrooms

Most days at Glenorie Public School, on the rural outskirts of Sydney, small groups of the school’s youngest students pore over picture books. They are working hard to make up ground and lift their reading skills to the level of their classmates.

Many are in year 1 and were struggling to read in kindergarten. But, with specialised help, they are quickly catching up.

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