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NSW overhauls school curriculum, launches HSC online hub

The New South Wales school curriculum will be overhauled to improve standards, marking the biggest change to the education system …
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New grants to get SA schools Year 7 ready

All government high schools, area schools and R-12 schools in South Australia will share in $2.85 million in establishment grants …
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John Hattie reappointed as AITSL Chair

Respected education academic John Hattie will continue to lead Australia’s efforts to improve teaching quality and school leadership.
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Inaugural online writing festival for primary school kids

Primary school children from around Australia can team up online with their favourite Australian authors during Term 3 as part …
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Tackling cyberbullying number one priority for new QLD school programs

Students in 55 Queensland state and non-state schools will benefit from new specially targeted programs designed to keep them safe …

ASPA: School leader wellbeing – it’s time to act

Andrew Pierpoint, President of the Australian Secondary Principals’ Association (ASPA), speaks about the important of addressing and improving the wellbeing …

Leaders – born, then made and paid?

With low numbers of applicants for school leadership positions, Malcolm Elliott, President of the Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA), sheds …

A path for every student

Donella Beare, Principal of St Stephen’s School in Perth, speaks to Education Matters about how a personalised approach to teaching …

Providing support when it’s needed most

Mental health issues among young people are becoming all too commonplace, with the number of children and teenagers affected increasing at an alarming rate. A series of evidence-based seminars by Generation Next aim to highlight this issue and equip educators with the tools and knowledge to support students when they need it. 
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