Education News

Work
Work
Swinburne gets undergrads working Every Swinburne undergraduate student will receive work integrated learning and real industry experience during their degree.
Safety
Safety
Protection from threats and abuse for principals The threat of physical violence is real for school leaders, students and staff so Victoria is doing something about it.
Scholarship
Scholarship
$10K Teachers Health Early Career Scholarship winner announced Damien Nicholls of Mylor Primary School, South Australia wins the scholarship, funds will go towards professional development.
Leadership
Leadership
More women empowered to lead Australian schools Author, leadership researcher and professional learning facilitator Dr Barbara Watterston will lead the ISQ Women in Leadership Masterclass for about 60 emerging and current female independent school leaders.
Art
Art
Top Arts 2021 now open at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia Top Arts 2021 is a showcase of forty-six artworks by young artists from across Victoria who studied VCE Art and Studio Arts in 202.
Environment
Environment
Cup it out – 7-Eleven #CupRescue Schools Program With the 7-Eleven #CupRescue Schools Program, High school students around Australia can stop cups from entering landfill.
Help
Help
$1 million to power STEM and indigenous programs $1 million in grants from tech giant Salesforce will assist expanded STEM learning opportunities for approximately 3,600 students at 18 schools.
Upskill
Upskill
New grad course to increase numbers of maths and science teachers Deakin University will deliver a new graduate course designed to increase the number of qualified maths and science teachers available to teach in state secondary schools.
Winning
Winning
12 great teachers’ efforts acknowledged Twelve outstanding teachers from across the country have been recognised for their leadership and commitment to their students and communities at the 2021 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards.
Shortfalls
Shortfalls
No education review, more funds needed Alan Tudge’s idea that education needs another review ignores the biggest reason for education shortfalls.
Back and loud
Back and loud
Live performance marks bounce back We're gradually coming back and live performance is part of that with one of the largest performing arts festivals in Australia and New Zealand, Sydney Eisteddfod, now on.
Brains
Brains
Art comp teaches primary school kids about the brain Primary school students around Australia are being encouraged to learn about the brain through a national art competition.
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