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Student Wellbeing Programs Need Changes

Research in Australia now finds there are inherent problems in the way we deliver our student wellbeing programs.

It finds many of these programs are limited in scope, and makes some useful suggestions. Perhaps, looking after the wellbeing of teachers first. Also, Governments must align their policies with schools and teachers rather than academics - the theoreticians.

There are some valuable lessons for us teachers and policy makers in Fiji.

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The problem with Australia's school wellbeing programs, and how to fix them | The Educator K/12 (

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