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World Teachers' Day campaign launches

19 October, 2022

The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) has launched its "Hats off to teachers" campaign for World Teachers' Day.

More permanent teachers in areas of need

18 October, 2022

Up to 10,000 permanent roles will be offered to NSW teachers and support staff in areas of need.

Teacher unions unite at Industrial Relations Commission

13 October, 2022

A joint press conference has been held by the Independent Education Union and the NSW Teachers Federation.

Nearly 50% of students very stressed: study

12 October, 2022

New data from ReachOut shows that almost half of young people are extremely or very stressed about exams.

Positive steps forward for teacher pay

10 October, 2022

The NSW Industrial Relations Commission (NSWIRC) should be allowed to determine the value of work performed by school staff, according to the NSW Opposition.

STEM Equity Monitor report shows stronger action needed

05 October, 2022

The results of the latest STEM Equity Monitor suggest that more can be done to remove barriers to gender equity and diversity in STEM.

COVID tutoring program shows results

05 October, 2022

A tutoring initiative that supports NSW students in recovering lost learning due to COVID has wide-reaching benefits, evaluations suggest.

Education software suite goes live in schools

04 October, 2022

Civica's Education Management System has been rolled out to 300 schools and preschools across South Australia.

Inclusive education benefits students with disability

23 September, 2022

High school students with disabilities perform better academically if they spend the majority of their time in general education classrooms, a study has found.

STEM program prepares students for the future

22 September, 2022

A Queensland Government initiative that aims to address future skills shortages in critical manufacturing jobs is benefitting primary students in the state.

Linking nature play to the curriculum

21 September, 2022

Teachers need more guidance on how to link nature play areas to the school curriculum, according to research.

Inequitable funding for public schools

19 September, 2022

There must be a renewed focus on increased public school funding, according to the Australian Education Union.

TAFE teachers begin protected industrial action

16 September, 2022

TAFE teachers in NSW have voted in favour of industrial action, during a Protected Action Ballot.

Better support for students with disability

14 September, 2022

The federal government has launched informative new resources to help those with a disability better access education and training.

From tradie to teacher

09 September, 2022

A $10 million pilot program to boost the number of industrial technology and design teachers has been announced by the Queensland Government.

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