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.

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.

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.

Infant learning could unlock the next generation of AI

28 June, 2022

Machine learning has the potential to be improved by studying the way a baby's brain learns about the surrounding world.

School disability support changes

24 June, 2022

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

Asian Physics Olympiad won by Australian student

22 June, 2022

Asia's toughest physics contest for high school students was won by a Sydney Year 12 student.

Safer school zones slated for Queensland

21 June, 2022

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

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.

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.

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.

The ongoing costs of lost education

14 June, 2022

According to the World Economic Forum, COVID-19 has disrupted the learning process of more than 1.7 billion children worldwide.

Schools to teach the dangers of vaping

14 June, 2022

A new digital campaign aimed at discouraging school-aged children from vaping is being rolled out in WA schools.

Learning STEM skills from resources sector

10 June, 2022

STEM professionals from the resources and energy sector have visited 12 Queensland primary schools.

Remote students receive IT boost

10 June, 2022

An increase in IT hardware funding has been announced by the Queensland Government for geographically isolated students.

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