Boosting bandwidth for public schools

08 June, 2022

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

What level of digital exposure is 'just right'?

08 June, 2022

A study of 6000 teenagers has suggested that the 'Goldilocks' hypothesis for digital exposure applies to young people.

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.

Academy to fast-track cybersecurity careers

07 June, 2022

A newly established Cyber Academy aims to increase Australia's cybersecurity workforce.

4.3 million online NAPLAN tests submitted

02 June, 2022

NAPLAN has now concluded for 2022, with more than 1.2 million students successfully submitting their tests online.

Implementing an AI-driven school networking solution

01 June, 2022 | Supplied by: Juniper Networks Australia

King's College International School Bangkok is using an AI-driven network to enhance teaching and learning experiences.

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.

Career portal developed for high schoolers

27 May, 2022

A new 'career taster' portal has been launched for Year 9 students in Western Australia.

Virtual 3D exhibition of HSC artwork

25 May, 2022

ARTEXPRESS Virtual 2022, an exhibition of the work of 2021 HSC visual arts students, was launched on Wednesday, 25 May.

Summit explores women's leadership in schools

24 May, 2022

In Australia, only 40% of principals are women, compared to 62% of teachers.

STEM "girl power" in schools

23 May, 2022

Some of Queensland's brightest young female students will participate in the 2022 STEM Girl Power Camp in Brisbane.

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.

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