Experts warn that the mental health of thousands of young people in Australia is at risk, in particular those in Year 12, as study stress skyrockets to unprecedented levels due to COVID-19-related disruption and uncertainty. Read more
As schools across Victoria begin a second period of remote learning, the state’s graduate teachers are also experiencing a first year on the job like no other and are receiving important professional guidance via an innovative online format. Read more
An additional 21,000 internet dongles will be delivered to Victorian students following an agreement between the Victorian Government and Telstra.
Skilling, attracting and retaining teachers in rural, regional and remote schools is an ongoing challenge faced by many Australian communities. As Dr Philip Roberts from the University of Canberra explains, in order to overcome this issue, we must first change our preconceived ideas.
The National Exceptional Teaching for Disadvantaged Schools (NETDS) Australian teacher training program has delivered positive results since it was rolled out over a decade ago. Read more
The Federal Government’s High Achieving Teachers Program will see high-achieving university graduates, including those with a STEM degree and those from a regional background, recruited to teach in disadvantaged schools.