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Govt expands $7M graduate teacher program

The government has allocated an extra $7.9 million to expand an expert-led teacher training program to NSW primary schools The Nexus primary pilot program, run by La Trobe University, will send 105 aspiring teachers to schools in NSW and Victoria ...

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What does a virtual school look like?

When the pandemic caused the shutdown of society, and schools, practically overnight, many teachers were scrambling to work out how to keep their students engaged with their classwork. During a very stressful time for society, teachers had to adjust to ...

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Australia’s students need more mental health support

More students in Australia are experiencing poor mental health and concentration issues during highly stressful periods like the HSC, new data shows. Figures released by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) show that 6924 Australian students received extra support during ...

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Education leaders meet with Clare on school reform

Teachers, principals and key education figures will meet with federal education minister Jason Clare on Friday in Canberra to negotiate the upcoming National School Reform Agreement (NSRA). The meeting comes after the federal education department released a consultation paper that ...

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School’s tough warning to parents

Parents of students from a group of West Australian Anglican schools have been told they could be banned or their children could be expelled for breaches of a strict new code of conduct. The rules have been rolled out by the West ...

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More full-time spots for NSW teachers

More than 5000 temporary and casual staff across NSW have accepted permanent teaching roles since April, according to official data. The state education department said 5,463 temporary teachers and support staff at 982 schools have converted to full-time since Labor’s ...

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