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Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Early Learning Prue Car was impressed when she met her student council for the first time.
The DOVES Council welcomes the New South Wales’ Government’s decision to not support the Education Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill 2020.
Students at NSW public schools are being invited to have a say on the direction of education in NSW
The 2023 DOVES student council is up and running and ready to create change in education and in the wider society.
The Department’s Technology 4 Learning team has released its latest magazines featuring members of the Minister’s student council.
William Sandral shares his ideas for students to be given representation in education decision-making.
Year 9 student Szonja Dobras shares her experience after being selected to join the DOVES student council this year.
Two DOVES Council members write about their time spent so far working on the council.
Chantelle Bourne shares her experience of being part of the committee tasked with creating a student council for the NSW Education Minister.
Neha Singh, part of the team selected to design the Minister’s student council, shares its proposal to Education Minister Sarah Mitchell.
In this extract from Hansard, Education Minister Sarah Mitchell tells the NSW Legislative Assembly how public school students are being given the chance to influence school policy.