Archive for Category: "Education"
South Australia has become the third state to sign up to the Federal Government’s Gonski national education reforms, which will see a $1.1 billon increase in funding over the next six years. ASH PISANI reports.
When journalism students return to University after the mid-semester break, someone important will not. Program Director of Journalism, Kathryn Bowd, is leaving her role after 15 years at the University of South Australia. JOHN HUNT reports.
Lilah’s Day of Difference, held on Monday June 17, will help raise awareness and funds for the vital paediatric service of palliative care in SA. NADIA BOSCAINI reports.
Last weekend’s annual Barossa Senior Basketball Carnival saw the return of a rivalry between UniSA and Adelaide Uni teams, says STEPHANIE KONATAR.
A survey has shown that many are unaware of the legal restrictions surrounding the use of the handy smartphone when we need it most – in the car. IONA MACLEAN reports.
The Campbelltown City Council is putting their support behind disabled youth, by holding a forum for Post School Options for Young People with a Disability this month. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.
Poor pay is seen as the leading deterrent for males choosing not to work as teachers throughout South Australia. JOE ELLIOT reports.
UniSA candidate for the National Union of Students (NUS), Callum MacLeod, plans to propose a bold plan to defer the cost of textbooks for university students. COURTNEY JOHANSON reports.
83 per cent of UniSA students find it sometimes difficult to manage a budget and their finances according to a survey completed by On The Record. ASHLEA SEALEY reports.
Ian and Trevor Chappell returned to their former school last week as Prince Alfred College unveiled their new multipurpose sports facility. The Australian cricket greats spoke to a crowd of over 1300 keen onlookers at the school’s official opening of the $15 million Recreation, Education and Development (RED) Centre. MAX BURFORD reports.