Children who attend one year of early childhood education are more likely to achieve higher NAPLAN scores says a new study into the economic impact of early childhood education. Read More
There are a lot of children in distress and Kids Helpline has been overwhelmed by the demand for its services, leaving it with no option but to leave thousands of calls unanswered. It needs more funding. Read More
Before you get out in the real world some simulation is a good thing, and money skills benefit from some painless, consequence-less practice.
The International Baccalaureate does things a little differently and the globe facing qualification is gaining popularity in Australia with over 276 students from across Australia receiving their results. Read More
They often say that the young don’t have a voice and Mission Australia is urging 15-19-year-olds across Australia to speak up on personal concerns and broader issues that are important to them by participating in Youth Survey 2019. Read More
Having a projector to accompany a talk is great, getting it running is often not so great and with that in mind BenQ has released a new USB-C button kit connectivity option. Read More
Australian school students are making war on waste by recycling all their used toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and floss containers through a nationwide competition diverting hundreds and thousands of oral care items from landfill. Read More
Schools are the most critical and untapped sites for identification and support of school aged students with mental health concerns, says special education consultant Tim Connell. Read More
Principals from across Australia will now have access to rigorous, data-driven insights to supplement their professional intuition and experience when making decisions about their school’s workforce with the launch of PeopleBench. Read More
Applications are now open for the 2019 NGS Super Scholarship Awards for the chance to win one of six $5000 scholarships.
Australian rugby league legend Johnathan Thurston continues to inspire Indigenous kids to strive through the JT Academy.
The Economist newspaper invites young writers to enter its second annual Open Future essay competition. The essay will address what is needed to tackle climate change from an economic and political perspective. Read More