Linda Stade

Education Writer

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Girls

Girls and Their Frenemies Interview

There is nothing worse than seeing a child in pain. Physical or emotional pain, it doesn’t matter. If we can’t help, we feel broken. That is our function, to protect and fix…but that’s not always possible. In 2016 I wrote… Continue Reading →

Little Girl Sex Symbols

“It takes a village to raise a child, but the village is toxic.” Melinda Tankard Reist pulls no punches when she addresses the issue of the sexualisation of children. She believes that we have all been too polite for far… Continue Reading →

Girls Kicking Goals

The opening round of the inaugural Australian Football League Women (AFLW) attracted 1.4 million viewers. The grand final in Brisbane attracted more spectators than the Queensland derby played later that day. And this winter there are 400 more girls’ football… Continue Reading →

What Girls Want

Girls want things to be fair. Girls want good relationships. Girls want clear communication. A recent student forum held at Santa Maria College into how teenage girls want to learn revealed that there aren’t too many differences between what they… Continue Reading →

When Did Girls Get So Smart?

It would surprise most to learn that in last year’s NAPLAN, girls out performed boys in every test at every year level. Take a moment to consider that. Girls did better than boys in Reading, Writing, Language Conventions and even… Continue Reading →

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