ATAR a sleight of hand in the search for academic excellence
In the latest edition of ANU Reporter magazine ANU Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) PROFESSOR MARNIE HUGHES-WARRINGTON argues why there is no such thing as an ATAR.
"ATAR is an illusion, a sleight of hand that directs our attention away from the serious work that we need to do if Australia is to achieve educational excellence at the senior secondary and tertiary level."
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