Educational Innovation Rises Down Under

March 20, 2012
Lydia Dobyns

Lydia Dobyns

Innovation in education has no boundaries. It’s apparent that overcoming obstacles to providing an innovative and relevant curriculum that promotes trust, respect and responsibility is not limited to the U.S. We see schools overseas facing similar issues of finding the appropriate teaching method to prepare their students for life after high school. But for Parramatta Marist School, in Westmead, NSW, Australia (15 miles west of downtown Sydney), the solution to the challenge of providing the best education possible resulted from the vision of Brother Patrick Howlett.

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