Cyber attacks on Australia’s education sector have dropped to 18% (down 26% from 2017) which saw the sector leave the top spot of most targeted.
Thousands of students were unable to log on or finish the NAPLAN test this week due to online connectivity issues, leaving many in tears after repeatedly losing work Read More
There are plenty of reasons to enter the Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards aside from the environment and they include the hip pocket.
From tightrope to trapeze, who doesn’t like a circus? Now, research from the University of South Australia is revealing the true value of circus skills and their ability to deliver significant mental health benefits for Australian children. Read More
Ruyton Girls’ School made a step to address the problem of gynaecological cancers, which are all too common, inviting Dr Pearly Khaw from The Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG) to host an assembly. Read More
Queensland Education Leadership Institute (QELI) and the National Excellence in School Leadership Institute (NESLI) have a new partnership to further strengthen educational leadership collaboration. Read More
The latest SEEK Employment Report showed that it’s good to be an educator. Job ad growth in industries related to public service continues to outperform other sectors, this includes Education and Training. Read More
Since the inception of Public Education Foundation’s (PEF) scholarships program 10 years ago, over 1000 students have been supported with scholarships.
As part of the Dream Big Festival in Adelaide, on May 27 Carclew will present Smart Arts, A professional development intensive to inspire the use of creativity and arts practice across curriculum delivery. Read More
Eight of Australia’s top performing student physicists competed against 170 of Asia’s smartest kids representing 22 countries and regions at the Asian Physics Olympiad held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 6 to 12 May. Read More
When Elise Milner received an invitation, based on her academic performance, to join the NETDS program, many of her colleagues had misconceptions about families whose children weren’t turning up for school. Read More
Mainfreight has extended its support of the Books in Homes Program from seven to nine primary schools across Australia and has launched two new initiatives. Read More