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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Passport to Education: Your guide to enrolments in 2021 and beyond

Guide to enrolments in 2021 and beyond While 2020 is turning out to be a year like no...

Carillon lights up for Reconciliation

Starting tonight, the National Carillon will be used as an electric canvas during National Reconciliation Week 2020 (27 May – 3 June),...

UC continues to climb the ranks

The University of Canberra has held its title as the fastest rising university across the globe, ranking at number 18 on Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.

Say cheese, for the ultimate satellite selfie

The National Capital will be captured in the ultimate satellite selfie next month as part of National Science Week - and you’re invited to take part.

Education union cautious about reopening schools

As the Barr Government works towards reopening public schools to students, the Australian Education Union (AEU) ACT warn against moving too quickly.

Child care centre hurt by relief package

Designed to help the early childhood education and child care sector, the Federal Government’s support package has left some services feeling the...

ACT public school students could return to classrooms early

There is scope for some ACT public school students to return earlier than planned if some public health restrictions are loosened in the coming months.

45 years of teaching: ‘a difficult job and getting harder’

Stephen Ford has been a teacher for 45 years, and despite two attempts at retirement, is back working in an ACT classroom, this time at Erindale College.

ANU Quidditch Club open for new members

The ANU Quidditch Club will next month belatedly launch their 2020 season with open training sessions, and they want you to join them.

ACT Government planning student return to classrooms

The ACT Government will spend the next four weeks developing a plan to transition Territory public school students returning to classrooms.