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The NSW Department of Education is committed to employing the best and brightest teachers who can teach and make a difference in NSW public schools.
Punchbowl Boys High has been working hard to get students back to school after several COVID-affected years. Glenn Cullen reports.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Early Learning, Prue Car, appointed the new NSW Department of Education Secretary today.
The Education Pathways VET Ambassadors initiative is helping improve education and career outcomes for young people. Brendan Berecry reports.
Magic Week is quickly becoming a major highlight of the annual primary school sports calendar. Glenn Cullen reports.
Students lit up Chifley College Dunheved Campus for Reconciliation Week. Sophie Lambert reports.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students ran the show at Hastings Secondary College’s Reconciliation assembly. Kristi Pritchard-Owens reports.
Students at Cammeray Public School have celebrated Reconciliation Week with a ribbon-tying event. Luke Horton reports.
Students from seven Riverina schools walked together as one on Friday as National Reconciliation Week ended at the weekend. Vivienne Jones reports.
Learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture is embedded in the curriculum at Clairgate Public School. Linda Doherty reports
A new partnership will help the early childhood education sector provide culturally inclusive care.
Macleay Valley students came from the mountains, the river, and the sea to walk for Reconciliation today on Dhungutti Country. Linda Doherty reports.
A $710 million investment will allow more than 500 approved providers to deliver subsidised training to address skills needs in New South Wales.