Archived News for Education Sector Professionals - June, 2015
Victorian corruption hearing have found that a single department finance boss was responsible for signing off, holding and allocating department funding to “banker school” slush funds.
Figures show people living in low socioeconomic areas in Australian capital cities are almost twice as likely to die prematurely and almost five times more likely to be receiving unemployment benefits than people living in the most advantaged area.
New South Wales schools are keenly awaiting next week’s state budget, which will reportedly include an extra $50 million dollars over four years for non-government schools under the Building Grants Assistance Scheme.
Education Minister Christopher Pyne has announced a study into international education to examine its importance to the Australian economy and communities.
It is sometimes surprising that two siblings who grow up in the same home, eat the same food, and share the same genes, can appear no more similar than complete strangers.
University researchers are looking at discrimination in South Australia’s laws, on the grounds of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or intersex status.