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Lighting the flame: Growing lifelong learners

A principal uses her experiences in Tonga and Japan to grow lifelong learners. Trudy Moala has led primary schools for 24 years. Starting her career in Adelaide as a primary school teacher, her life took an intrepid turn when she travelled ...

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Report uncovers startling teacher statistics

The teacher brain drain continues, NAPLAN's substantially unwanted, and stress levels are untenable. Those are just some of the disquieting findings from a new Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) and Australian College of Educators (ACE) teacher survey. From over 300 teachers surveyed ...

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USYD alumni seek to inspire, inform girls’ post-school choices

You probably wouldn't follow your careers advisor on Snapchat, but you might friend ENID Network. Sydney University graduates Nina Khoury (commerce and law) and Adriana Stefanatos (commerce) created the network: an all-female careers advice and networking platform for high school and university students. Instead of content-heavy formats or one-on-one interviews, ...

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Junior principals take the lead

On June 6, primary and secondary students around the country will step into the shoes of “principal” as part of a new national leadership initiative. Principals Australia Institute is coordinating Student Principal for a Day as part of their commitment ...

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Mastering the future

Boys’ Town in Sydney’s south caters for 32 enrolments in its residential and day programs for students at risk of entering state care or the juvenile justice system, and works intensively with at least 60 families each year. Students at ...

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