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REVOLUTION SCHOOL is a four part documentary series which investigates how to improve secondary education in Australia. At a time when we are falling behind in the international education rankings, it tells the story of Kambrya College, a typical outer suburban high school in Melbourne. Kambrya struggles, but led by Principal Michael Muscat, it raises standards by applying cutting edge research developed by Professor John Hattie at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education.

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Director
Naomi Elkin-Jones  Nick McInerney
Producer
Alex West  Toni Malone
Executive Producers
Michael Cordell
Cast
No cast details
Production Completion
2016
Production Company
Cordell Jigsaw Productions Pty Ltd
Australian Sales
ABC Commercial
International Sales
TCB Media Rights

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Screen News

A years’ worth of drama: Revolution School

At high school, drama unfolds every single day. So imagine the challenge facing Revolution School series producer Alex West as he tried to fit the ups and downs of an entire school year into just four episodes.

25 May 2016
By Caris Bizzaca
Origins explored in DNA Nation

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ABC, SBS and Network Ten hear you, Australia. And similar to the other major networks, their line-up for 2016 features a wealth of home-grown drama and laugh-out-loud comedy.

25 Nov 2015
By Screen Australia
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