Real-life learning the key to mastering a second language The pithy phrase “could do better” has adorned numerous report cards over the years, and many parents feel it may still apply to the teaching of second – and third – languages at international.. S.China Morning Post 11 minutes ago
How an entire class scored zero in their NAPLAN test A "teacher stuff-up" has been blamed for NAPLAN results being deemed inadmissible and withheld from a group of Illawarra students. Brisbane Times 3 hours ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
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Ernie Banks Statue Unveiled At Booker T. Washington
Mayor Mike Rawlings first announced this project in 2015, enlisting the help of Booker T. Washington HSPVA and media executive Jeremy Halbreich to lead fundraising efforts. Booker T. Washington..
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PM eyes plan to encourage international students to study at regional unis The Prime Minister says moving students could ease overcrowding in major capital cities. SBS 5 hours ago
Students, staff evacuate Melrose High School after gas leak Firefighters are at the school in Pearce after students and staff self-evacuated. Brisbane Times 1 day ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Help for debt-ridden TAFE students Vocational Education Minister Michaelia Cash is confident dodgy training providers have no way of working their way back into the system under a new program. SBS 1 day ago
Court dismisses Arthur Hoyle's appeal over sexual assault The former University of Canberra law lecturer Arthur Hoyle lost an appeal on Thursday against his convictions for raping and sexually assaulting students. Brisbane Times 1 day ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
WA autism program a ‘resounding success’ as more schools jump on board Seven more schools in Western Australia will offer a specialist learning program for students with autism spectrum disorder from 2019. Brisbane Times 2 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
35 schools, three huge nights: Dance Fest is back for 2018 "For most students, this has been months and months in the making, and then that moment arrives - it's magic." Brisbane Times 3 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Students as young as eight banned from classroom by teachers Row erupts over student taught in ‘solitary confinement’. Brisbane Times 5 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
The power and privilege behind the St Paul's scandal St Paul's College is recruiting rural and state school students to dilute the dominance of boys from the wealthy private schools. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald