Latest teacher News

Rockhampton actor returns to Pilbeam Theatre Stage in The Sunshine Clu
Independent Review Into Schools’ Admin Burden
Investigation Into Historical Child Abuse
Major investment in teacher supply through Budget 24
Victorian Early Years Awards Nominations Now Open
Unions should put learning ahead of ideology
Author Talks At Stonnington Libraries
NSW students awarded life-changing Public Education scholarships
Expert teachers gather in Sydney for the 2024 HALT Summit to elevate and celebrate teaching excellence
Free TQI Registration For Early Childhood Teachers
Retired teachers return to classrooms as part of initiative to address shortage
Incentivising Teachers To Work In Regions
Time To Recognise Top Territory Teachers
IEU welcomes paid practicum for teachers
Tate Adams’ Works On Show At Pinnacles Gallery
Winner of beetroot growing competition to be revealed at Agfest
CDU graduate teaches Territorians visual arts in games design
Research highlights role of faith spaces in supporting healthy ageing
Historic Cemetery Tour In Richmond
Award-winning crime writers headline Sydney Writers’ Festival
Education Minister heads to major teaching summit in Singapore
Sister City relationships explored in new book International Connections
Permit To Teach Program Expanded
Delivering more teacher librarians for ACT public school
Student Exchange Registrations Now Open
Twin Besties Hudson And Lola Share Unbreakable Bond
Artspace Announces Its Next Vivid Exhibition, Visual Feasts By Josephine Gibbs
Labor Piles Additional Burdens On Teachers
Supporting Next Generation Of Secondary Teachers
World First MND Trial At SALHN
Education should be prioritised ahead of protesting
Responding To Harry Brill NT News Enquiry
Greens call for urgent investigation into Cranbrook governing body
Jazzed Up Autumn Festival Concert To Showcase Local Talent
Successful NAPLAN testing concludes for 2024
Jessica Sermanto Embarks On Study Tour
Making Her Mark
Continuous Voices Project Reaches New Milestone
Leading Nation To Grow Our Education Workforce
Fostering Compassionate Classroom
Improving Tasmanias Stroke Awareness One Talk At Time
Why making Mathematics optional in Years 11 and 12 adds up
Major Investment For Growing Highgate Primary School
Schools and students set to benefit from earlier NAPLAN results
Miles Government investment to boost early childhood education workforce
Transforming early learning through curiosity and interest
Children’s Book Tackling Environmental Issues