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Passion counts in uni acceptance Students who have completed Year 11 can apply for direct entry into an Australian Catholic University business degree through the university’s Passion program.
Stressed
Stressed
Australia’s principals under extreme stress even before pandemic Nearly one in three principals face stress and burnout from their jobs exacerbated by high levels of threats and physical violence but the pandemic could usher in better attitudes.
Help for low SES VCE
Help for low SES VCE
Materials for disadvantaged VCE students State Schools’ Relief has redirected their funds from providing uniforms, shoes and bags to prioritising at-risk year 12 student.
Be well
Be well
Mindfulness practice for the whole family Smiling Mind, has announced the launch of its Family Program, co created with Medibank, to foster positive mental health habits among Australian families.
Data safety
Data safety
Today’s data-security lesson: educational institutions can’t rely on the cloud Top cloud providers do protect core infrastructure and services. But it is the customer’s responsibility to secure that data.
Leo Lynch, Director, ANZ, StorageCraft
KISS
KISS
Tips for online learning when the classroom closes As digital learning goes mainstream in a hurry, right now, the key for teachers is to keep it simple
Christopher Bradman, General Manager, Instructure, Asia Pacific
Hi AI
Hi AI
AI in education more hype than help? There was a lot of fuss over AI at the huge EdTech show in London but how much of it amounted to gimmickry?
Trust teachers
Trust teachers
What happens to our education system after all of this? What happens to our education system after COVID-19? Who knows. Teachers, for one, certainly don't. Perhaps, that's the problem with our system.
James Prpic, Queanbeyan
International schools virus response
International schools virus response
How international schools are responding to COVID Schools everywhere have faced the need for rapid change to remote learning during COVID-19. International schools in Asia have also had to deal with the added complication of operating in COVID hot zones.
They went early
They went early
Macarthur school adapts quickly to home schooling during COVID-19 pandemic As early as January, the Headmaster of Macarthur Anglican School began planning for a potential lockdown period when COVID-19 began to surface. 
Increased funding
Increased funding
St. George Foundation doubles amounts available Emergency payments of up to $5000 for approved charities who are experiencing immediate funding pressure as a result of COVID-19 can also be accessed now by applying through the St.George Foundation website.
Resilience in tough times
Resilience in tough times
Practical and personal guidance in a time of COVID Times are tough and that means everyone has to adapt, get out of their routines and muster up some resilience. How that is done is another challenge, but there is help and strategies to be found.
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