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96% of schools sign up for extra money for school hygiene

Ninety-six per cent of non-government schools have signed up to the Morrison Government’s offer of funding support for additional COVID-19 …
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TAS suspends mid-rear reporting for Prep to Year 10

Due to disruption caused by COVID-19, the Commonwealth Government has advised that there will be flexibility for 2020 Mid-year reporting. …
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First wave of students back in Vic classrooms

Schools across Victoria welcomed back around 400,000 students as part of a staged return to classroom teaching on 26 May. …
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Vic Govt outlines VCE plan

Victorian Certificate of Education examinations will start in early November and results will be available by the end of the year.
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NSW students return to the classroom full-time

Students across NSW will be back in the classroom full-time from next Monday, 25 May.

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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Education Minister: Record funding and reforms

Minister for Education, the Hon. Dan Tehan MP, speaks about the Australian Government’s commitment to choice and equity in education, …
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NESLI: School leadership qualities for turbulent times

Professor Mike Gaffney, Academic Director at the National Excellence in School Leadership Institute (NESLI) discusses why passion, priorities and persistence …
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