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The Sydney Morning Herald has reported that the NSW government identified “significant concerns” with proposed changes to the national maths curriculum and criticised the decision not to prioritise a phonics-based approach to reading instruction. The state also called for a greater emphasis on mandatory consent education in line with community expectations.

The concerns echo those made by Mr Tudge, as well as the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, which last month called for the review process to be halted saying it was “alarmed” at the emphasis on problem-solving and inquiry-based learning.

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