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Fighting domestic violence from the classroom

29 June, 2022

The Queensland Government will provide almost $15.5 million to update the respectful relationships education delivered in state schools.


Changes to NSW teacher vaccine mandate

28 June, 2022

Plans to change vaccine requirements for teachers have been proposed by the NSW Department of Education.


School disability support changes

24 June, 2022

The Queensland Government has announced a new disability resourcing model for state schools.


NSW Budget funding to "modernise education"

21 June, 2022

The NSW Government will commit more than $21.4 billion towards implementing evidence-based initiatives in the education system.


Unions meet as education crisis ramps up

17 June, 2022

The executive of two education unions have now met to discuss the NSW Government's salary cap.


Boosting bandwidth for public schools

08 June, 2022

A WA Government initiative to increase bandwidth in Western Australian public schools continues to roll out.


New education minister welcomed

07 June, 2022

The appointment of Jason Clare as federal Minister for Education has been welcomed by the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia.


Teacher strike action "regrettable"

31 May, 2022

According to Catholic Education directors, the recent full-day stop work by teachers was disappointing.


Putting First Nations educators in primary schools

30 May, 2022

The new federal government made an election pledge that would see 60 First Nations educators placed in primary schools.


Digital upgrade connects regional students

30 May, 2022

The Regional Access Gap (RAG) program is giving schools across NSW a technology and education boost.


Take off: supporting girls with aviation aspirations

27 May, 2022

Programs targeting high school-aged girls who hope to pursue STEM-based careers will soon launch in Australia.


Catholic sector teachers to go on strike

20 May, 2022

A full-day stop work has been endorsed by the IEU executive, following a vote by over 17,000 teachers and support staff in the Catholic education sector.


How digitising schools boosts their success

18 May, 2022

Just 47% of education institutions have a digital strategy in place to improve teaching and learning outcomes, according to a new study.


Principal advisory group to lift student outcomes

12 May, 2022

Principals from 10 NSW public schools have met, with the goal of driving improvement in schools across the state.


Teacher job satisfaction plummets

11 May, 2022

According to a recent survey by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, job satisfaction among teachers has dropped to 63%.


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