May 2024 Newsletter

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As we transition from term one to term two across the many jurisdictions, we are reminded of the ongoing challenges within our education system, including teacher shortages and the imperative for robust funding agreements. The negotiations for the National School Reform Agreements (NSRA) are underway, with some success already seen in regions like the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
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Does your school face challenges as it works towards building a diverse and cohesive community? Expressions of Interest are invited for 2024-2025 Intercultural Understanding Partnership (ICUP) Grant
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Schools across the nation have been equipped with vital resources to aid school leavers in navigating their future career paths. The School Leavers Information Kit and the Australian Jobs 2023 report are now available in hard copies and online, marking a significant step in supporting young Australians aged 15 to 24 years. The National Careers Institute has released these resources to ensure that school leavers are well-informed about the various pathways available to them. Whether pursuing higher education, entering the workforce, or exploring training options, these materials serve as a comprehensive guide.
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The Australian Curriculum sets the goals for what all students should learn as they progress through their school life.
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Primary school aged children across Australia will make those important steps towards a healthier future by participating in National Walk Safely to School Day on Friday 10 May 2024. Please save the date and get involved.
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Know Before You Go Movie Reviews: Enable you to find enjoyable and age appropriate movies for your children. The Know Before You Go Movie Review Service provides descriptions of the content of movies, highlighting areas which may be of concern to parents.
The State of Education: a trio of lectures outlining why behaviour still isn’t where it needs to be, and what can we do about it?
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Due to the concerning increase in vaping among young people in Australia, the public health and education sectors have prioritised implementing a comprehensive strategy to address this trend. After reviewing recent data and conducting consultations, a nationwide call to action has been initiated, resulting in a proposal for the Therapeutic Goods and Other Legislation Amendment (Vaping Reforms) Bill 2024.
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