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First Nations languages preferred by students: poll

11 April, 2022

A new poll of primary students shows that children would prefer to learn a First Nations language rather than other languages more commonly taught in schools.


Promoting respectful relationships for students

11 April, 2022

Interrelate's 'Say Yes To Respectful Relationships' poster competition is now open for submissions from schools and students.


Teacher shortage reaches crisis point

08 April, 2022

Teacher shortages across the state have intensified to breaking point, according to the Independent Education Union of Australia.


Students connected with International Space Station

06 April, 2022

A learning experience designed to connect western Sydney high school students with the International Space Station has been announced by the Powerhouse.


Increasing internet speeds in Qld schools

01 April, 2022

The Queensland Government has invested $190 million to make school internet speeds 200 times faster.


Calls for urgent reform in early education

24 March, 2022 by Susan Pascoe, Adjunct Professor, University of Western Australia

The education and care sector is facing a major workforce crisis.


Catholic school teacher strike looming

21 March, 2022

Teachers and support staff in the Catholic system are moving towards industrial action, after a unanimous vote by members and delegates at the IEU Council.


Attracting the best STEM teachers

16 March, 2022

The NSW Government has begun recruiting STEM teachers from both interstate and overseas.


Long-term health of school leaders damaged by COVID-19

15 March, 2022

A report examining the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on schools has been released.


Digital reformation of the school curriculum

08 March, 2022

The AIIA has released its Federal Government Pre-Budget and Pre-Election Policy Submission 2022, urging greater focus on Australian innovation and emerging tech.


Unlocking more time for teachers

02 March, 2022

Ways to reduce unnecessary administrative work for teachers were a topic of discussion at the Sydney Morning Herald Schools Summit this week.


Data#3 and Microsoft transform learning

28 February, 2022

Data#3 has been working with the Australian Islamic College in WA to transform teaching, learning and IT management.


Waiting for Gonski: how Australia failed its schools

22 February, 2022

A new book written by two teachers looks at the impact of the Gonski Review 10 years on, exploring policy failures and potential solutions.


Government funding for STEM superstars

15 February, 2022

A further $2 million in funding is being delivered by the federal government to advance girls and women in STEM.


Sexual consent education needs overhaul: study

14 February, 2022

What should education programs look like, and how do we effectively teach sexual consent?


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