NIDA continues to invest in the creative practice of early career teachers in primary and secondary schools with the 2019 Creative Ambassador’s Initiative.
Teachers, school leaders and the entire education sector can have their say in the 2019 Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Survey which is open now. Read More
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) has announced the expansion of its Board with the appointment of five new members with a diversity of backgrounds and skills. Read More
Data released on the Myschools website show that Victorian schools are among the top in the country for improving student performance by up to 50%.
Jack Cambouris is one chap who know where he’s going, after completing a TAFE accountancy course while still a HSC student he has now secured himself a cadetship at a prestigious accountancy firm while completing his degree. Read More
The number of people seeking help from homelessness services due to domestic and family violence has risen in recent years but only 4% of those who approached a homelessness service for long-term housing actually received it. Read More
Research shows that two years of quality preschool sets a child up for success, and happily the issue is gaining traction with politicians.
Downloaded more than 17,000 times, the AITSL My Induction app offers expert advice, answers to frequently asked questions and allows new teachers to track their professional wellbeing. Read More
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) has announced its latest workshops on offer for Term 2 as part of the Public Programs and Education (PPE) schedule, activities include stunning visual arts, colourful clay-crafting and art history. Read More
A comprehensive school culture program with a focus on principal mental health is coming to Victoria, looking to affect long term change for approximately 1500 principals and educators and 35,000 students. Read More
LEGO has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to Making and STEAM and with the release of LEGO SPIKE Prime it should feature in technology teaching well into the future. Read More
Schools around the country can now apply for grants of up to $700 to hold events about the Stolen Generations. The grants were announced by The Healing Foundation at the launch of their Stolen Generations Resource Kit. Read More