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Should your child do an apprenticeship or traineeship?

Should your child do an apprenticeship or traineeship?

Apprenticeships and traineeships are available in more than 500 occupations in Australia. They span everything from traditional trades to a diverse range of established and emerging industries.
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Winter holiday activity guide

Winter holiday activity guide

With the end of term nearing closer for most schools, it's time to start brainstorming holiday activities for the break.
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State budget wrap up: New South Wales and Queensland

State budget wrap up: New South Wales and Queensland

After the release of the Federal and Victorian budgets last month, the 2016-17 New South Wales and Queensland state budgets have now been revealed.
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Applications for select-entry schools close on 13 May

Applications for select-entry schools close on 13 May

Victoria's four selective academic entry government high schools provide a specialised environment for academically talented students in Years 9 to 12.
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Budget 2016 targets youth unemployment

Budget 2016 targets youth unemployment

The 2016-17 Federal Budget reveals a strong focus on getting young people into work, with the $840 million Youth Employment Package.
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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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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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Summer holiday activities in your state

Summer holiday activities in your state

If you're racking your brain trying to think of ways to keep the kids busy, we take a look at some of the activities happening in your state - from Christmas celebrations to events and festivals in the new year and beyond.
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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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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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Are single-sex schools better than coeducational schools?

Are single-sex schools better than coeducational schools?

While the vast majority of Australian schools are coeducational, single-sex schooling is a popular choice for many families. We present some of the latest news on gendered schooling in Australia.
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Should maths and science be compulsory in Year 12?

Should maths and science be compulsory in Year 12?

Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has put forward a proposal to enforce study of a maths or science subject in Year 12. We take a look at what the changes would mean for your child, as well as some of the arguments on both sides.
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Winter school holiday survival guide

Winter school holiday survival guide

With the winter holidays around the corner, it's time to start thinking about how you'll keep the kids busy until they head back to school.
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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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Victorian Budget: how it will affect you and your family

Victorian Budget: how it will affect you and your family

In what Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas has called a budget for families, some of the most significant investments will go towards schools.
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