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WikiProject Report: Education in Australia

WikiProject Education in Australia is a WikiProject dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of topics related to education and schools in Australia. It is a very new project, having been started on 9 September 2007 by Twenty Years (talk · contribs). As a result of its recent creation, it currenly has four active members, and would benefit from community support.

Collaboration

Each month, the project's members work together to improve an article about Australian education that is in need of help. The current collaboration for the month of November is Brunswick South Primary School, which recently survived an articles for deletion nomination. The requested article for next month's collaboration is Corpus Christi College, Perth.

Progress

Only having been in existence for just over two months, the Education in Australia WikiProject has made substantial progress in improving articles within its scope. Currently, it has three Good Articles: Aquinas College, Perth, Scotch College, Perth, and Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney. It also has a former featured article, Caulfield Grammar School, in its main subject area. In total, the project has amassed 765 stubs, 734 "Start-class" articles, and 61 "B-class" articles.

Issues of interest

Related projects

WikiProject Education in Australia has four parent projects, and one sister project.

How to help

If you are interested in topics within the project's scope, you can join it by adding your name to its members list. Since it is a very new and small project, it could always use some help.




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