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More free RATs for schools

10 August, 2022

An additional 11.87 million rapid antigen tests (RATs) will be distributed in schools across WA.


Epson to showcase solutions at EduTech 2022

09 August, 2022

Epson will be showcasing its education technology solutions at the EduTech event, held on 10–11 August.


TravelMate P6 — A durable work companion

04 August, 2022

The Acer TravelMate P6 is designed to keep up with fast-paced working environments.


High schools revamped under government program

27 July, 2022

A new three-storey learning centre and refurbished facilities have been unveiled at 110-year-old Bundaberg State High School.


Using technology to harness solar power for schools

20 July, 2022 by Matthew Hawkridge, Chief Technology Officer, Ovarro

The Solar for Schools program is funding the installation of solar panels in schools to make environmental responsibility a key part of education.


Automation equipment installed at TAFE

06 July, 2022

State-of-the-art automation equipment has been installed at South Regional TAFE's Albany campus in WA.


School STEM upgrades scheduled

06 July, 2022

New and upgraded STEM facilities will be delivered to 19 WA secondary schools.


Five new technical colleges to be built in SA

28 June, 2022

The first of five new technical colleges slated for South Australia will be built at Findon High School, with construction set to start later this year.


Universal pre-kindergarten to be introduced

21 June, 2022

The NSW Government plans to roll out a universal pre-kindergarten year of education across the state by 2030.


Safer school zones slated for Queensland

21 June, 2022

The Queensland Government is providing $40 million to improve safety around schools.


School traffic noise slows cognitive development: study

15 June, 2022

The working memory and attention span of primary school students is negatively impacted by traffic noise at school, a new study has found.


Recycling laptops to reduce digital inequity

23 May, 2022

A new initiative in Auckland schools will source used laptops and desktop computers from businesses and households and gift them to students.


Enhancing education with TravelMate Spin P4 at Ave Maria College

18 May, 2022

For the past few years, Ave Maria College, a Catholic secondary school for girls in Melbourne, has equipped all teachers and students with Acer's TravelMate Spin P4 to facilitate engaging and interactive learning.


Green energy funding for schools

11 May, 2022

Schools in WA have been invited to apply for a second round of clean energy funding to help them reduce energy costs.


First look at the TravelMate B3 designed for students

10 May, 2022

Empower student learning with the TravelMate Spin B3. Designed to inspire continuous learning.


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