Many Australian school students feel they ‘don’t belong’ in school: new research

//Many Australian school students feel they ‘don’t belong’ in school: new research

This article from The Conversation examines the crucial aspect of belonging at school, and presents research that suggests that many children feel they do not belong.

A report released today by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), the managers of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) in Australia, explores Australian students’ sense of belonging. This has been shown to play a big part in academic success at school.

Australian students, on average, reported a poorer sense of belonging at school compared to students across the OECD. A lower proportion of Australian students than the OECD average said they “feel like they belong at school”.

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2018-06-07T11:01:05+00:00