Education News

Regions
Regions
Southern Cross scholarships up for grabs There's almost 400 scholarships now on offer at Southern Cross University for students commencing uni in 2021.
Invent
Invent
Hunt for Australia’s most inventive students Students from primary, lower secondary, senior secondary, TAFE and university are invited to put their thinking caps on for the inaugural Aussie Student Inventions competition.
Quickening
Quickening
Professionals fast-tracked to fill hard to staff teaching roles Teacher training programs will be fast tracked to fill hard-to-staff positions in schools and early childhood services in Victoria with the first grads commencing to teach in 2022.
Employment skills
Employment skills
Future Minds Network provides skills to land a job The Future Minds Network has helped 11,000 youths avoid poverty through employment education.
Winners
Winners
Wakakirri announces 2020 national winners Four schools have taken home the top prize in this year’s Wakakirri Challenge by each winning the national award of Story of the Year.
Insight
Insight
Guess what the Children’s Word of the Year is? The Oxford Australian 2020 Children’s Word of the Year used children’s language experts to analyse more than 50,000 short stories written by three million Australian children for this year’s Storyathon writing events.
Jobs
Jobs
Graduate employment down Higher education graduates across Australia have found it harder to gain employment over the last 12 months and it wasn’t just about COVID.
People
People
Hard facts about soft skills Soft skills, like creativity and people management are going to be at a premium when employers are looking for new hires.
You
You're out
Vulnerable children most affected by exclusion Boys, Indigenous students, and students with a disability are disproportionately affected by exclusion.
Food education
Food education
Stephanie Alexander’s Kitchen Garden Program for Secondary Years Food education program now available for secondary schools around Australia.
Music
Music
Harp comes back online The virus forced Chris Maunders' harmonica program online, it's actually turned out for the best.
Back on top
Back on top
BridgeClimb suits this year’s grads As students graduate this year, a Sydney Harbour bridge climb to mark that transition is kind of metaphoric and there are new offerings to make the moment a memorable one.  
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