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New teaching roles in SA The SA government is calling for recent education graduates and current teachers to apply for over 130 ongoing teaching roles. The permanent employment positions have opened in country and metropolitan government schools.
Using mobiles at night bad for teens Research conducted by Murdoch and Griffith Universities tracked changes in late-night mobile phone use, sleep, and mental health indicators over three years in a large sample of Australian teens.
Prof Gordon Stobart to present at Adelaide events Leading education expert Prof Gordon Stobart, from the University of London, talks 21st Century learning in Adelaide. Stobart will share his insights with public, independent, and Catholic sector teachers at two events in June.
St Stephen's School now part of Curtin's Innovative Schools Consortium As part of Curtin’s Innovative Schools Consortium, St Stephen’s School students will now be able to participate in workshops, and game-based learning to develop new skills and attributes valued by universities and employers.
Breakfast proves to be the most important meal of the day Since the launch of the program at the start of 2016, School Breakfast Clubs have been providing 50,000 free breakfasts every week at 500 of Victoria’s most disadvantaged schools.
Nominations for 2017 NT Education and Care Awards open Nominations for the 2017 NT Education and Care Awards are now open – nominate yourself, an educator, a service or program that you think demonstrates outstanding commitment to delivering quality outcomes to Territory children.
Event: Parent Engagement Conference 6–8 June From 6-8 June 2017, the Parent Engagement Conference will be jointly hosted by the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) and national children’s education charity The Smith Family.
Gonski 2.0 passes the House of Representatives The Turnbull Government’s schools funding plan, dubbed Gonski 2.0, has passed the House of Representatives despite opposition of all Labor members. 
Parents should be children's first maths teachers Parents and caregivers need to stop worrying about their maths skills and help young children with maths, just as they do with reading and spelling. The role of parents and caregivers is critical in helping children learn.
Independents' 2017 Snapshot backs measured approach to funding fight While the manoeuvring continues to swirl around the Birmingham school funding reform plan and Labor state governments, the Opposition, Catholic Education and others are engaged in intense lobbying of the Senate crossbenchers.
Maths Day is fun day Maths Day 2017 attracted 190 Year 11 and 12 students from New South Wales and the ACT to ANU to take part in maths challenges designed to build teamwork skills and promote a love of maths. 
New online resources for Indigenous stories Reading Australia and WA Indigenous Publisher Magabala Books have released new resources to bring the work of Indigenous authors and illustrators to Australian primary schools.