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SA teachers may walk off again

South Australian teachers could walk off the job again as early as next week, the state’s education union has warned. Some 170 schools closed on Friday as thousands of teachers waged industrial action over their pay demands. In a branch council meeting held ...

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Remote school funding disappointment

The Albanese government is under fire about why they have dashed the hopes of a desperately needed Aboriginal school in Alice Springs. The criticism comes a month after plans for two other boarding schools in East Arnhem Land in central ...

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NAPLAN: what have we learned?

Australians are up in arms over the results of the 2023 National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN),  raising a furore about the perceived substandard academic performance of young learners.  The overwhelming concern is that one in three NSW ...

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The importance of trauma-aware education

In my current role as CEO of Edmund Rice Education Australia Flexible Schools (EREA), I have seen first-hand the power of education to transform lives. I’ve also noticed that not all students fit neatly into mainstream school settings. Some have ...

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Biggest cyber challenges facing schools in 2023

Australian schools are under pressure to protect student data amid an influx of new artificial technology tools and a rapidly developing social media landscape. Education Review spoke with Grok Academy's Lead Educator, Owen Brasier, to explore the greatest cyber challenges ...

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