State Schools’ Relief has received a $2 million government funding package to provide immediate support to Victorian students affected by the recent bushfires.
From 2020, all Year 9 and 10 students in Victorian government schools will learn about the Holocaust in a bid to tackle rising anti-Semitism, racism and prejudice in schools and the wider community.
The 2019 NAPLAN National Report, released 25 February 2020, shows a variety of gains at the primary level, though there is still room for improvement in the secondary years.
A recent Monash University study has found that positive and confident primary maths teachers embrace student struggle in the classroom, prioritising inquiry-based and student-centred teaching approaches, which ultimately benefits students.
The State Library Victoria is providing primary schools in need with free transport and access to its dedicated, tailor-made schools’ program, aiming to address Australia’s falling literacy rates by fostering a love of reading from a young age.