Edufocus is a community for teachers and educators to network, share their experiences, insights and knowledge and keep themselves informed about the changes in the education sector. Edufocus was founded with the vision to making the school learning and teaching processes in Australia more fine tuned and agile.
We are passionate about providing relevant and quality content for the education sector to keep teachers and educators informed.
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GradeXpert is a Student Information System, including data management, analytics and reporting, that is an affordable, flexible and fully customisable solution for K-12 schools.
Centralise and manage all student data, including any type of assessment & outcome, individual learning plans, student medical details and welfare & behaviour notes, attendance, semester reports, digital portfolios, parent communications and much, much more.
Research Australia Development and Innovation Institute
RADII provides high quality research, development and consulting services to schools and school systems. Led by Professor Peter Cuttance, RADII has extensive experience and expertise in the following areas:
School performance improvement consulting
School system management strategy development
Education measurement and statistical analysis
School and department reviews
Education research and development.
The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) is an independent, not-for-profit research organisation established in Australia as a company limited by guarantee. Our mission is to create and promote research-based knowledge, products and services that can be used to improve learning across the lifespan.
ACER undertakes commissioned research and development and develops and distributes a wide range of products and services. Any surplus generated through our work is invested in further research and development. ACER has experienced significant growth in recent years and now has more than 380 staff located in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, London, Dubai, New Delhi and Jakarta.
ACER works with schools, education departments, ministries of education, further and higher education institutions, donor organisations, non-government organisations, industry and other types of organisations around the world. ACER’s work is undertaken in four business divisions (three research divisions and a professional resources division) supported by staff who work in corporate services, human resources and international development.
Established in 1930, ACER has built a strong reputation as a provider of reliable support and expertise to education policy makers and professional practitioners.