Educating Your Child
Educating your child has been the subject of a number of books by Author Peg Tyre. Here she reviews the five books most influential in knowing what educating your child is really about.
I’ve been an education journalist for many years and I’ve frequently stumbled on a nugget of knowledge, 10 pages into an academic article, that made me think, “I wish I had known this when I was making decisions about my own children’s schooling.” So I decided to write a book that takes research out of the academic silo and puts it in the hands of the people who need it the most, the parents. The Best Books on Educating Your Child | Five Books
There’s a basic flaw with government economic policy.
We’ve all felt it for a long time. Flat wages rising prices and worse and worse government services.
In this video Robert Reich explains and gives examples to show the flaw in conservative economic theory.
Vancouver has been grappling with its housing affordability crisis for over a decade – and its mayor has some advice for Sydney.
Part of the problem, he said, is that Australia and Canada were “way behind in innovation in government” and cities were left with few real policy levels to tackle the issue.
Home loan arrears are at the highest levels for five years http://snip.ly/mky1h
The proportion of Australian residential mortgages more than 30 days in arrears rose to its highest level in five-years, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
Regional Queensland Is On The Rebound
Property prices in Queensland regional towns are starting to move according to realestate.com.au. Big spending on hospitals, police facilities etc are driving a new boom.
A massive driver of growth from Dept.of Infrastructure alone.
Watch out for the flying pigs! Treasurer quotes 4% to pay for tax cuts BUT RBA eyes 3% growth amid ‘troughed’ inflation
Watch out for that flying pig!
Haven’t we got a Treasurer somewhere relying on growth to be 4% p.a. to pay for his $65,000,000,000.00 in corporate tax cuts?
Federal politicians claimed more than $55m in six months: Find out how much your local MP spent – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
What a rort see how much your federal MP claimed in expenses over and above their salary!
Federal politicians claimed more than $55 million in expenses over the second half of 2015, new documents reveal.
The Australian Psyche Won’t Put Up With Inequality
How the worm – and the world – turns. When the Abbott government came to power just four years ago, it claimed its arrival signalled the “end of the age of entitlement”. Don’t laugh, it’s happening – but in the opposite way to what treasurer Joe Hockey had in mind.