Australia to raise $3.5 billion in funding for education & $6.5bn in infrastructure in 2020 &amp,- Reuters

Australia has committed to raise more than $3 billion in new funding for its education system in the wake of a severe economic downturn.A government announcement today announced the allocation of $6 billion over the next five years, which will see an additional $6,000 per child from 2020.Education Minister Christopher Pyne said the money would […]

Which education system is more efficient for the welfare of children?

A look at the state of education in NSW shows that the government is struggling to meet its education target of 100 per cent of students by 2020-21.While it is currently only about 20 per cent, the government’s target is already higher than the national average, and is likely to rise further.Education Minister Luke Donnellan […]

Wolverhampont school teachers get pay rise

Teachers in Wolverhampton’s Waverley School are getting an annual pay rise as the state’s education department announced a pay increase of 5% for all teachers in 2017-18.Wolverhampot Schools principal David Smith says that is because of the new education funding formula.“The money for teachers has gone up by 5% over the last four years, and […]

‘I was just being a little bit of a wobbler’ as student welfare worker loses her job

Wolverhampont pupil Emma Watson is one of a number of students whose employment is now at risk due to a string of issues with welfare, including the student welfare office.Ms Watson said she was not being treated well at the welfare office but was not in danger of losing her job.“It’s a bit hard because […]

How to talk to children about mental health in your school

In the UK, a young child who has been diagnosed with a mental health condition will have to undergo a series of screening tests to make sure they are in good health and do not pose a risk to others.In the US, parents are responsible for the care of their children when they are under […]

What will happen to the welfare education budget?

Posted November 13, 2018 08:53:25 The Abbott government is considering a plan to scrap $2 billion in welfare education funding for the 2018-19 financial year.The plan was revealed in a document that was seen by the ABC on Wednesday night.Labor has said it is reviewing its own welfare education spending plan.Under the proposed budget, the […]

‘We’re the ones who need it’ — ‘We need it!’

We’re all going to be better off with all this education money coming to us, and we’re all not getting it.We’re going to all be better served, because we’re going in to our homes, we’re getting to know each other, and learning, and getting on with our lives.It’s not that we don’t want to learn, […]

More than 10,000 migrants and refugees are being deported as Australia’s immigration crackdown continues

More than ten thousand migrants and refugee families are being ordered to leave the country as part of a crackdown on the influx of asylum seekers.The decision to deport the families comes as the Immigration Department announced it had issued around 2,000 deportations on Thursday, the same day as Prime Minister Tony Abbott was in […]

Which school should I go to?

A study has revealed that many parents are choosing to send their children to schools that offer no degree, instead opting for degrees that offer degrees in the subject that is taught in the school.A research by education charity the Sutton Trust found that over a quarter of children from low-income families would rather be […]