Our After The ATAR III report focuses on the state of passion and purpose in Australian classrooms.
Our third flagship paper uses data from responses of nearly 5,000 young people across three national surveys between May 2019 and December 2019.
This report examines how passion and purpose can be the key to solving many of society’s biggest and costliest problems from unemployment to mental health. It shows how vital the school system is for solving many of Australia’s most pressing issues and is a reminder that we all have something invested in helping young people find their best possible future.
What you’ll learn
- The factors that support or act as barriers to youth pursuing their passions
- How passion affects young people’s mental health and their resilience to life’s challenges
- The role of teachers in fostering passion and purpose within their students
- The social and economic benefits of young people being passionate about their work and the costs of when they’re not