Archived News for Education Sector Professionals - May, 2019
Safety urged on poll day
The Food Safety Information Council has some tips for keeping democracy sausages safe this weekend.
Aboriginal assembly path open
A dedicated electoral roll has opened for Aboriginal Victorians to help guide future treaty negotiations.
Anti-bullying spread in blue
Friday is Australia’s first Do It For Dolly Day – a new anti-bullying awareness scheme.
Circus brings serious help
Research suggests teaching circus skills can deliver significant mental health benefits for Australian children.
Teachers break pay stalemate
Tasmanian teachers could be the first to end a year-long stalemate with the Tasmanian Government over pay and conditions.
Dark picture in IPBES report
A new assessment of global biodiversity paints a gloomy picture of the accelerating decline of life on Earth.
English drop leads to uni "disservice"
Reports this week show academics in despair over international students struggling to pass courses.
Robo-debt wiped before court
The Department of Human Services (DHS) has wiped a $4,000 Centrelink ‘robo-debt’ just before a legal challenge.
Cave bone shows ancient spread
A 160,000-year-old jawbone found in a Tibetan cave shows one of our ancestors travelled much further than we thought.
Dogs make some swallow drugs
Research suggests drug detection dogs increase the risk of unsafe drug practices.