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Transforming school networks for the digital age: empowering education

01 November, 2023 by Bruce Bennie, VP & General Manager, Australia & New Zealand at Juniper Networks

The education sector is in the midst of a digital revolution, and schools are at the forefront of this rapid transformation.

Trades and tech: supporting female students

11 October, 2023

Young women are being encouraged by the Victorian Government to pursue dedicated education streams in the trades and tech sector.

Mobile phones banned in classrooms across NSW

10 October, 2023

A statewide ban of mobile phones in public high schools has come into effect across NSW.

Empowering the future of education: how an Australian EdTech is transforming student success through digital learning

09 October, 2023 by Bruce Bennie, Regional Vice President, ANZ at Juniper Networks

Online learning has become increasingly mainstream, driven by the global shift towards remote education, particularly in the wake of the pandemic.

Cuts to working conditions: teachers vote 'no'

26 September, 2023

An employer attempt to cut working conditions has seen staff vote 'no' in 300 Catholic schools across Queensland, according to the IEU.

Historic pay rise secured for teachers

08 September, 2023

Teachers have secured a pay deal from the NSW Government that will see them become among the best paid in the country.

Free NBN for disadvantaged students

06 September, 2023

A free NBN connection will be provided for 12 months to Queensland families with school-aged students who do not have broadband at home.

Navigating the future of education with the power of connected learning

01 September, 2023 by Bruce Bennie, Vice President & General Manager, Australia & New Zealand, Juniper Networks

In the ever-evolving landscape of education technology, the pursuit of a seamless and dynamic learning experience stands as the true North for educators and institutions alike.

Why flagging public schools need full funding

30 August, 2023

Inadequate funding for public schools is a barrier to students achieving their full potential, according to a new report.

Teacher pay docked over five-minute strike

14 August, 2023

Staff in Queensland Catholic schools will be docked a full day's pay for a five-minute work stoppage.

What drives learning?

14 August, 2023

A new study done on rodents has found that an immediate external incentive is not required for learning to take place in the brain.

School fined after student drowning

31 July, 2023

The drowning death of a student on a school excursion has led to a $420,000 fine for a private college in Adelaide.

Education Week: NSW hits 175-year milestone

27 July, 2023

The NSW Department of Education is marking 175 years of public education during this year's Education Week.

Principal workloads causing harm: report

28 June, 2023

Following the recent Victorian Auditor-General's report, the AEU has warned that urgent measures must be taken to avoid principal burnout.

Reading comprehension teaching not consistent: study

27 June, 2023

There is little consensus as to how reading comprehension is taught in primary schools, according to a new survey.

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