The 43rd Australian Parliament has been unusual in a number of ways – none the least because the Gillard Government is on a constant knife edge, with Government members in the Parliamentary minority.Read more: An unusual Parliament, an unusual Budget
In a first for the Federal Budget Treasurer Wayne Swan has announced six year forward funding estimates for school education funding.
The Government has committed an addition $9.8 billion in funding to school education over the next six years to support the proposed reforms to education funding and the National Plan for School Improvement.Read more: Budget 2013: Education to the fore
The Shadow Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, provided greater clarity around the Coalition’s plans for education should they win the forthcoming Federal election in a recent meeting.Read more: Greater clarity on funding from the Coalition
COAG has an opportunity to commit to generational reform this week. CSA believes it is in the national interest that it does.Read more: In the National Interest
With Peter Garrett, Christopher Pyne and the Melbourne Gospel Choir, plus internationally recognised leaders in education practice, this year's National Policy Forum surely has something for everyone.
With registrations now available, if you have not already booked for this popular conference please read more, and book now.Read more: Garrett, Pyne, Caldwell, Prasser and the Melbourne Gospel Choir
Christian Schools Australia has opened its new office in Canberra. The office, in Manuka, will be the permanent home for CSA's policy and advocacy work in the national capital.Read more: CSA's New Home in Canberra
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15/07/2013 06:00 - 16/07/2013
NSW State Teachers Conference