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It’s early morning at Heathmont College, a government high school in Melbourne’s sprawling eastern suburbs. Students are not in their individual year groups but spread across the campus in various classrooms, years seven to 12 mingling and talking to one another before the bell rings. There’s a different sort of buzz. “The classes were pretty quiet to begin with,” says teacher...Read more
|Comment|author: Anders Furz