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Victoria fast-tracks maths and science teachers

19 August, 2021

Expressions of interest for the second intake of the Secondary Mathematics and Science Initiative have been opened by the Victorian Government.


Primary schools to receive dedicated Curriculum AP

17 August, 2021

Under the NSW Government's plan to lift student results, hundreds of literacy and numeracy experts will be joining public schools around the state.


Education key to solving climate change

12 August, 2021

An international group of researchers has identified education as a cornerstone in helping future generations respond to climate change.


Regional schools connected through tech upgrade

06 August, 2021

Students in regional Australia will receive the same access to technology as their city counterparts, as part of a NSW-wide upgrade.


Prioritise STEM over fossil fuels, parents say

20 July, 2021

According to Australian parents, STEM skills are needed to support the jobs of the future in the clean energy industry.


Mental health hub for HSC students in lockdown

20 July, 2021

Access to 24-hour support has been made available for HSC students and their families.


Unveiling of new primary school designs

19 July, 2021

The City of Sydney and NSW Department of Education have revealed designs for a state-of-the-art new primary school located in Green Square.


Digital campus focused on post-pandemic learning

08 July, 2021

The OWIS Digital Campus @Punggol will be a K–12 school spread over a 20,000 m2 gross floor area with the capacity to accommodate 1500 students.


School security moves to the cloud

08 July, 2021

Johnson Controls explains how the digital transformation of physical security is changing the delivery of smart, secure and healthy learning environments.


School ICT overhaul equips users for the digital age

04 June, 2021

Canberra's Radford College embarked on a five-year ICT modernisation strategy to completely re-architect and refresh its technology infrastructure.


How COVID increased education gap for First Nations children

29 March, 2021

First Nations households are suffering a yawning digital divide with the rest of Australia and COVID-19 has widened this gap.


RMIT to help shape smart cities in Vietnam

01 February, 2021

RMIT and the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee have brought experts together to discuss building smart and sustainable cities.


Powering the future of learning

16 November, 2020

Alamanda College has selected Juniper Network's wired and wireless solutions driven by Mist AI to transform the networking experience across its campus.


Internet upgrade for NSW public schools

03 November, 2020

Upgraded network infrastructure will provide faster and more reliable internet access to classrooms across the state.


TasTAFE investing in campus and facility upgrades

21 October, 2020

New ICT labs are among infrastructure investment projects for Tasmania's TasTAFE.


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