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School manager gambled stolen $440k

A former employee at one of Melbourne’s most prestigious schools has admitted she ripped off the school to feed her gambling habit. Frances Walshe, 65, pleading guilty in the County Court of Victoria on Thursday to pilfering more than $400,000 from Melbourne ...

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Beating the ‘back-to-school blues’: podcast

Are you feeling stressed, physically unwell, and dragging your feet to enter the classroom? you might be experiencing back-to-school blues, a psychology expert said. University of Queensland Professor of Clinical Psychology Vanessa Cobham said feeling gloomy at the beginning of ...

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High maths anxiety linked to poor results: podcast

Maths anxiety has become a growing issue in Australian classrooms, driving students’ numeracy results down, an education expert has said.  USyd Lecturer in Mathematics Education Dr Benjamin Zunica said maths anxiety is a fear of negative repercussions of not knowing ...

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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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