22 September 2015. Former Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow Stephen Dinham, Professor and Chair of Teacher Education and Director of Learning and Teaching at the University of Melbourne, compares the educational landscapes of both Germany and Australia with a view to considering the best way forward in the light of challenges as equity, diversity and educational performance.

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