Launch of the Alannah and Madeline Foundation's Trauma-informed Practice: A guide for Early Childhood organisations
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Doorstop - South Sydney High School
SUBJECTS: Indigenous education; HSC; Voice Referendum
Address to the 2023 Early Childhood Australia National Conference
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Boost to early childhood education and care workforce
Australia’s early childhood education and care sector has grown by more than 14,000 workers since May 2022, with a further 123,000 additional educators and teachers in the training pipeline.
Interview - ABC RN Breakfast, Patricia Karvelas
SUBJECTS: Safety on university campuses; Safety in early childhood education and care settings; International education integrity; Voice Referendum
National History Teachers' National Conference 2023
National History Teachers' National Conference 2023, 4-6 October
Interview - Sky News Regional Breakfast, Ashlea Hansen
SUBJECTS: Barkly Business Hub, Regional University Study Hubs.
Interview - ABC Hobart, David Reilly
SUBJECTS: Connected Beginnings program, Closing the Gap program, Education Health for SNAICC.
Interview - Today Show
SUBJECTS: AI in the classroom; ACCC report into child care costs; Cost of living pressures
Next steps to strengthen the integrity of international education
The Albanese Government has announced today the next steps it is taking to strengthen integrity in the international education sector and better protect students.
Interview - Sky News Sunday Agenda
SUBJECTS: US Congress; ACCC report into child care costs; Safety in child care settings; University rankings; Integrity of international education; Disability Royal Commission; Daniel Andrews;…
ACCC zeros in on next stage of child care reform
The ACCC today confirmed that between 2018 and 2022 the average costs for large centre-based day care providers grew 27 per cent.