Study investigates whether having smart classmates makes students smarter.Putting underperforming students in the same class could further damage their academic progress, a study has found, raising questions about the impact of grouping children by ability.University of Wollongong (UOW) economist...Read More »
Deliberately sorting students may raise the average attainment of pupils in ways other interventions may not.Parents and teachers are interested in ensuring children perform their best in school.Read More »
Global rankings recognise world-class business degreesThe University of Wollongong’s Sydney Business School has cemented its reputation for providing world-class education after a global magazine recognised its Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) as among the best in the world.Read More »
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New Illawarra Credit Union director repays a 31 year old debt, Illawarra Mercury, 20 April 2018
Will sorting classrooms by ability improve marks? It depends on the mix, The Conversation, 9 April 2018
UOW’s Associate Professor Shahriar Akter explains our media habits after new Roy Morgan research, Illawarra Mercury, 5 April 2018
Do we really need funeral insurance?, The Conversation, 5 April 2018
Pros and Cons of Investing in Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) Stock, Yahoo Finance, 15 February 2018