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NSW 2022 HSC results leaked

NSW students were able to access their HSC results early after an IT glitch on the New South Wales Education Standards Authority website inadvertently released students’ marks. On Saturday morning, between 8 and 10 am, a small group of students ...

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Union rejects $9.6 million teacher supply plans

A multi-million dollar package to address rising teacher supply shortages in Western Australian schools has been labelled “desperate” by the state’s education union. The WA government’s $9.6 million initiative to address teacher shortages would see early-career teachers sent into state ...

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Surprising detail in schoolies arrests

Police have released information about the surprising number of arrests made on the first night of schoolies, as thousands of school leavers descend on the Gold Coast. About 20,000 schoolies are expected attend the first week of celebrations, prompting extra police officers called ...

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Cyber attack targets school students

Thousands of school families could be caught up in a terrifying cyber attack on a tech group used by state government departments. PNORS Technology Group, an enterprise used by the Department of Education and Training in Victoria, has been the ...

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Private school principal’s defamation loss

A private school principal has lost a defamation lawsuit against a high-profile community activist over a Facebook post which she claimed suggested she was covering up alleged child abuse, court documents state. Dubbo’s Central West Leadership Academy principal, Mandi Randell, launched civil proceedings ...

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