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New disability resourcing model announced as part of record $16 billion education budget

Educators and advocates have welcomed a new disability resourcing model for state schools in Queensland as part of a record …
Ground breaking program helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children prepare for school
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Ground breaking program helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children prepare for school

The expansion of the ground-breaking Connected Beginnings program, which helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children prepare for school, has …
NSW Education proposes change to vaccine mandate
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NSW Education proposes change to vaccine mandate in schools

The NSW Department of Education has announced it has begun consultations with key stakeholders over plans to change vaccination requirements.
‘Bush kinder’ builds early understanding of STEM fundamentals
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‘Bush kinder’ builds early understanding of STEM fundamentals

Pre-school aged children who participate in ‘bush kinder’ programs could have better education outcomes than those who stay indoors, a …
Teaching writing in secondary schools: a story of professional learning
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Teaching writing in secondary schools: a story of professional learning

Dr David Caldwell, Program Director: Masters UNISA Education Futures, explores using meta language across key learning areas to improve secondary …
Andrew Smith

Making sense of the digital education landscape

The consortium for school network has released its driving K-12 innovation report, Education Services Australia CEO, Andrew Smith discusses.
David de Carvalho

The progression and evolution of NAPLAN

David De Carvalho, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Curriculum, discusses the past and future of the NAPLAN tests.
Online safety education opportunities for educators in 2022

Online safety education opportunities for educators in 2022

E-safety commissioner, Julie Inman Grant highlights the upcoming online safety education tools to protect young Australians. 
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International Conference on Change and Complexity in Learning

At the University of South Australia’s first International Conference on Change and Complexity in Learning, educators will learn how educational …
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New disability resourcing model announced as part of record $16 billion education budget

Educators and advocates have welcomed a new disability resourcing model for state schools in Queensland as part of a record …
Ground breaking program helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children prepare for school
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Ground breaking program helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children prepare for school

The expansion of the ground-breaking Connected Beginnings program, which helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children prepare for school, has …
NSW Education proposes change to vaccine mandate
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NSW Education proposes change to vaccine mandate in schools

The NSW Department of Education has announced it has begun consultations with key stakeholders over plans to change vaccination requirements.
‘Bush kinder’ builds early understanding of STEM fundamentals
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‘Bush kinder’ builds early understanding of STEM fundamentals

Pre-school aged children who participate in ‘bush kinder’ programs could have better education outcomes than those who stay indoors, a …

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