Students and teachers are frantically archiving the work they put on the “Ultranet” before it possibly disappears for good at the end of the month.

Road projects, Health, and Education are big winners in New South Wales’ 2013-14 budget announced this week, with nearly $800 Million going to upgrade the Pacific Highway.

The University of Melbourne is announcing the launch of the new Melbourne School of Government (MSoG), which it hopes will provide the Asia Pacific’s next crop of political leaders.

The Federal Government is urging Western Australia to accept a revised funding model of under the National Plan for School Improvement, which it claims will deliver $2.8 billion over six years.

The Federal Government has announced New Zealanders who grow up in Australia will soon become eleigible for the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) for tertiary education or vocational training.

The latest figures released by the Federal Government shows that 160 Queensland state schools will be worse off under the proposed Gonski reforms, according to the State Government.

The Queensland Government has released new training and skills plan which it says will see significant investment directed towards essential courses and qualifications.

The Federal Government has introduced amendments to the Australian Education Bill 2012 before Parliament, which it says will enshrine a ‘new, fairer school funding system’.

For the fifth consecutive year, the number of students enrolled in the national publicly funded training system increased, with 1.943 million students studying last year, up 3.3% from 2011.

The Federal Government has announced further changes to its Closing the Gap initiative, which will aim to ensure Indigenous children are attending preschool and kindergarten.

The New South Wales Government has introduced new legislation that will forcibly exclude unvaccinated children from child care facilities.

The Federal Government has announced that 350 government and non-government special schools across the country will share in $76 million in funding to better help deliver education outcomes.

The South Australian Government has announced it will invest $27 million to spend on training over the coming two years in a bid to help the state’s industries meet critical skills needs.

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