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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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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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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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Queensland to benefit from significant education spend in state budget

Queensland to benefit from significant education spend in state budget

Education is a clear winner in the Queensland Budget 2015-16, with $12.4 billion in funding provided for the vocational sector, schools and the teaching profession.
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New South Wales Budget provides funding for schools and TAFEs

New South Wales Budget provides funding for schools and TAFEs

The New South Wales 2015-16 Budget has been released, with a heavy focus on new infrastructure and services. Here are some of the highlights for families and students.
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21st century learning for girls

21st century learning for girls

What is innovative learning? What's the difference between the 20th and 21st century learning style? In 2015, we as teachers and parents need to understand, acknowledge and act on the different ways in which today's kids learn.
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Federal Budget delivers good news for school students and families

Federal Budget delivers good news for school students and families

The federal government's Budget has been released overnight, delivering largely positive news for school students and families.
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Study abroad options in Australian secondary schools

Study abroad options in Australian secondary schools

Studying overseas can be daunting, but it also offers a number of fantastic opportunities for students.
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Choosing the right school for your child

Choosing the right school for your child

Choosing a school is no easy feat. There's a lot to consider and it's made no simpler by the many ways in which schools vary.
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Review calls for shake-up of Australian Curriculum

Review calls for shake-up of Australian Curriculum

A review of the Australian Curriculum is pushing for a 'back to basics' approach to what has been described as an overcrowded curriculum.
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2014 preliminary NAPLAN results released

2014 preliminary NAPLAN results released

The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) has released the preliminary results from the 2014 National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) test.
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Assisting your child with university course preferences

Assisting your child with university course preferences

As a parent, you play a vital role in supporting your child and helping them through the course preference period.

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A parent guide to university offers

A parent guide to university offers

If your child is one of the thousands of students awaiting a tertiary place, let us address your concerns.

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Is homeschooling an option for your child?

Is homeschooling an option for your child?

Popularly known as home education, homeschooling provides families with a legal alternative to a formal school-based learning experience.
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What to do if your child wants to change schools

What to do if your child wants to change schools

It can be difficult to know what to do when your child wants to change schools. To help, we've provided a short checklist to help you navigate the process.
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