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Concerns over NAPLAN testing

Concerns over NAPLAN testing

With NAPLAN testing over for the year, opposition against the testing regime continues.
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How bullying is being eliminated in Australian schools

How bullying is being eliminated in Australian schools

The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) launched the National Safe Schools Framework in 2011 with the belief that all students should be able to learn and develop in safe and supportive environments.
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NAPLAN National Report released

NAPLAN National Report released

The second stage of the 2011 NAPLAN testing results have been released, following the September release of the initial NAPLAN Summary Report and the distribution of individual student reports.
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How to support your child through Year 12 exams

How to support your child through Year 12 exams

As the end of the month draws near, so too do the end of year exams and stressful times for many Year 12 students and their parents.

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VET in New South Wales

VET in New South Wales

Information on Vocational Education and Training (VET) and apprenticeships.
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Victorian Government cuts $12 million from VCAL

Victorian Government cuts $12 million from VCAL

There are fears that some Victorian schools may have to axe the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) option for Year 11 and 12 students.
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Religious education

Religious education

Religious instruction in Victorian schools takes a number of forms across the various school sectors and often plays an important part in the school curriculum.
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Religion in Victorian Government schools

Religion in Victorian Government schools

In recent months Victoria has been in uproar over the issue of religious education in government schools.
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Maths and science initiatives to be cut

Maths and science initiatives to be cut

Victoria's $57 million maths and sciences coaches program will be discontinued at the end of the year as part of the $441 million in cuts to be made to the education budget over the next four years.
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Other scholarships

Other scholarships

There are also scholarships provided from time to time by various outside organisations, which are open to students from both government and non-government schools.
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What are scholarships awarded for?

What are scholarships awarded for?

Most often, schools award scholarships to students who demonstrate outstanding abilities in a number of nominated areas, ranging from the creative and performing arts through to peer leadership.
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School fees

School fees

Parents of high school children in non-government schools are always asked to pay fees and often to contribute to building or development funds.
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