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This unique publication seeks to bring teachers, education academics, parents and students in Australia together to critically discuss contemporary issues in teaching and learning. In the present neoliberal context, the gap between academic research and the work and thinking of practicing teachers is an increasingly difficult one to bridge, likewise the gap between teachers and parents. At the same time it seems clear that any meaningful change in education towards more equitable and just systems and outcomes will require collaboration and joint action between all key actors.

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Breaking Out seeks to bring teachers and education academics together to critically discuss contemporary issues in teaching and learning/education. It begins with a shared critique of the failing neoliberal education system and a firm commitment to reclaiming teaching and learning for social justice. Breaking Out emphasises the need for teachers, academics, parents and students to share their experiences of teaching, working and learning in schools.