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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.

3% pay rise for teachers

01 September, 2022

A 3% wage increase will be paid to more than 30,000 Western Australian public school teachers, effective from 1 September 2022.

Helping Indigenous children with mental health

24 August, 2022

An early childhood program focused on helping Aboriginal children communicate their emotions has received an additional $2.7 million in funding.

Trialling flexible school hours

16 August, 2022

The NSW Government is currently conducting a trial to extend the school day as part of a research pilot.

Peter Doherty STEM award winners announced

16 August, 2022

The 2022 Peter Doherty Awards have recognised high achievers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Career education funding for students

12 August, 2022

The Queensland Government has provided funding for 25 state schools to help students better prepare for life after school.

Finding ways to address teacher shortages

12 August, 2022

Faith-based education institutions are finding innovative ways to deal with teacher shortages across the country.

Reimplementing ERP in the cloud to support schools

05 August, 2022

Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) has recently launched a new digital strategy to better support its staff and students.

High-speed network deal benefits Catholic schools

02 August, 2022

More than 150 WA Catholic schools will benefit from a new high-speed network, following a deal with Orro Group.

Faster internet speeds for regional schools

29 July, 2022

The rollout of fibre internet means public schools in regional NSW will now be better connected.

Transitioning teachers begin in NSW schools

26 July, 2022

The first cohort of professionals transitioning to teaching careers have commenced work in NSW public schools.

How can teacher retention rates be improved?

19 July, 2022

Australia has been experiencing a nationwide shortage of teachers, exacerbated — but not caused — by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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