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Tariffs could fix both immigration policy and people smuggling

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imageMigrants are a good investment for a well-governed nation like Australia.DIBP/Flickr, CC BY

Many of the current debates about reform of immigration policy in Australia are essentially about changing the conditions of the current quota system – tweaking it here and there for political expediency.

A better idea is to replace it altogether with a...

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Here's how to get kids to remember times tables

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imageIt's hard for kids to remember a string of arbitrary numbersfrom

Lots of kids have trouble remembering their times tables. Learning them by rote can mean a child can accurately recite the times tables, but has no idea what the numbers actually mean or how to apply this knowledge in a maths problem.

Practice is essential to...

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