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$1m federal grant to enrich STEM education for 1,000 SA and NT girls

New federal funds will help Flinders University support hundreds of Year 9 female high school students in South Australia and the Northern Territory to build science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and entrepreneurial skills to compete in future education and career opportunities. 
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Major shake up to halve study time for aspiring NSW teachers

The NSW Government will half the study time for aspiring teachers with an undergraduate degree, saying they can enter the classroom after completing a one-year postgraduate course, but the NSW Teachers Federation believes it’s the wrong approach to fixing teacher shortages.
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Google searches for ‘teacher stress’ has spiked 30% in Australia

Research into Google search data shows that teachers across Australia are experiencing high levels of stress which experts predict could lead to industry-wide burnout. Searches for ‘teacher stress’ have increased by 30% since December and have soared 203% compared to January last year.
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