Revolution SchoolSeason 1, Episode 2
Kambrya College addresses the critical issue of reading, and how to teach it so kids improve and learn to enjoy it. One of the Year 11 students feels the pressure to perform, and a disengaged group of boys struggle to fit in.
Revolution School was broadcast on ABC at Saturday 30 March 2019, 14:30. This episode was initially placed on Tuesday 7 June 2016.
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Revolution School is an Australian non-fictional television series about what looks, on first sight, like a typical high school called Kambrya College in the suburbs of Melbourne. Under the leadership of principal Michael Muscat the school takes up the challenge of raising the teaching standards based on the research done by John Hattie, an education expert at the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education, and Dr. Bill Rogers, an expert on discipline. At the start of Revolution School Kambrya College is amongst the worst 10% of schools in the area. The idea of the show is to visualise an experiment, led by the two previously mentioned experts, based on low cost and relatively easily applicable ideas in order to improve the overall performance of students in all years.