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Big change to school chaplaincy program

The Albanese Labor government is moving to remove the compulsory religious element of the national school chaplaincy program. Federal Education Minister Jason Clare said the major change was aimed at giving schools greater choice around pastoral care. The voluntary scheme ...

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NSW government sues union over teachers strikes

The NSW education department has launched legal proceedings against the state's largest education union over a series of teachers' strikes held in May. According to supreme court documents obtained by the Daily Telegraph, the NSW Teachers Federation (NSWTF) breached orders ...

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Elite school ventures to move all classes online

One of Melbourne’s most prestigious colleges is seeking to become the state’s first private online school under an ambitious new venture called Haileybury Pangea. Elite private school Haileybury, which already has four campuses across Melbourne and a site in Darwin, ...

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Allegations of school asbestos cover-up

A Sydney MP claims there has been a “horrifying” cover-up of asbestos in a local high school. Castle Hill MP Ray Williams claims the school community was told Castle Hill High School was all clear despite a 2016 test returning ...

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