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2014 Vic International Education Awards
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Education providers, businesses, not-for-profits and students from countries including Poland, China, Indonesia and Brazil have been recognised. Read More

Low SES funding consultation condemned by Save Our Schools group
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SOS has condemned the government for secrecy and bias in its consultation on the Gonski funding loadings for low SES students. Read More

Infinite possibility, or all doom and gloom for new generation of learners?
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Can learning prosper in the Internet age? Technology is dismantling the traditional power structures of learning – such as the division between teacher and pupil, or work and learning. Read More

IEU campaigns for leaders to support students with disabilities
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Distressing stories clearly show the students with disabilities are not receiving the support in classrooms that is their right. Read More

NSW will accredit 75,000 teachers
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Some 75,000 NSW school teachers will be accredited under national standards and undertake CPD, NSW Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli has announced. Read More

33 featured artists for NSW Schools Spectacular
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Students from 33 NSW public schools will be featured artists at this year’s NSW Schools Spectacular. Read More

New Vic school for blind & vision impaired
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Insight Education Centre for the Blind and Vision Impaired in Berwick will be opened officially on 19 September. Read More

Unite for Quality Education Campaign culmination tour
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Beginning Saturday, 13 September in Sydney, Education International (EI) will set-off on a round-the-world voyage to celebrate the conclusion of its year-long auality education campaign. Read More

Vic sexting laws welcomed
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The Alannah and Madeline Foundation has commended the Victorian Government for its commitment to introduce sexting legislation into Parliament. Read More

ACEL 2014 Conference 1-3 October
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The learning experiences at the 2014 Annual Conference will stimulate deep reflection and passionate debate. Read More