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What you need to know about academic scholarships

What you need to know about academic scholarships

If you're exploring your child's scholarship options, here's what you should keep in mind throughout the process.
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Social media guide for parents in 2014

Social media guide for parents in 2014

It's no secret that social media is a popular way for people to communicate - but for parents, it can be hard to keep up with all the latest developments.

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Queensland students to receive ATARs from 2019

Queensland students to receive ATARs from 2019

Queensland Education Minister Kate Jones has revealed details of the state's senior secondary overhaul, with the Overall Position (OP) set to be replaced by the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).

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Top Queensland schools in 2015

Top Queensland schools in 2015

With the release of the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority's Year 12 Outcomes report, the top-performing schools in Queensland for 2015 have now been revealed.
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The facts about cut-off scores and university entry

The facts about cut-off scores and university entry

As a parent, there's a lot to take in when your child starts Year 12. One of the main sources of concern is your child's final marks (ATAR).

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Victoria opens two P-Tech schools

Victoria opens two P-Tech schools

The Pathways in Technology (P-Tech) model is being unveiled in Victorian schools as part of the federal government's innovation and science agenda.
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National youth survey reveals students' concerns beyond school

National youth survey reveals students' concerns beyond school

The results from Mission Australia's annual Youth Survey have been released, with the 2015 report providing a spotlight on students' future work and study plans, as well as their concerns.
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Your state's top schools for 2015

Your state's top schools for 2015

With the release of ATARs and final results in December, the top schools for 2015 have been revealed.
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National curriculum update

National curriculum update

Implementation of the Australian Curriculum has continued in 2015, with all states and territories now teaching the national syllabus for English, Mathematics and Science from Foundation to Year 10.
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What is 'enterprise education'?

What is 'enterprise education'?

You may have heard the term 'enterprise education'. We explain what it is, how it's used in schools and why it's important.
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How is Australia dealing with the STEM crisis?

How is Australia dealing with the STEM crisis?

With low uptake of science and mathematics subjects by school students and dwindling interest in related tertiary courses, there's much to be done to raise the appeal of STEM disciplines.
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Government puts university fee deregulation on hold

Government puts university fee deregulation on hold

If your child is looking at their post-school study options, you may be concerned about the higher education reforms introduced in last year's Federal Budget - primarily the proposed deregulation of university fees.
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Your child's gap year options: working overseas

Your child's gap year options: working overseas

If travelling overseas is on your child's radar, we explore some of the exciting gap year opportunities they may consider when they head abroad.
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Five great reasons for your child to consider VCAL

Five great reasons for your child to consider VCAL

Introduced in 2002, VCAL offers hands-on training and a great pathway into work for a wide range of students.
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St Luke's looks beyond technology to redefine relevance

St Luke's looks beyond technology to redefine relevance

St Luke's is able to provide consistency to students, both academically and behaviourally, as they transform from children to young men and women, ready to take their place in the world.
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