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Student leaders from across the country gathered at St Patrick’s College Ballarat as part of the Edmund Rice Education Australia’s Young Leaders Conference.
Sydney Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP says the appointment of Mark Dorney as the new Catholic Schools NSW chairman marks an exciting new chapter for Catholic education. Source: The Catholic Weekly.
The future of Catholic education and how teachers can ensure students go on to develop their faith has been the key focus for Australian and international researchers at a one-of-a-kind colloquium this week. Source: The eRecord.
The National Catholic Education Commission says 2024 will be a big year for the Albanese Government to renew its commitments to faith communities and schools.
A number of Catholic schools have been recognised by the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) for the encouraging outcomes achieved by students in the latest NAPLAN results. Source: NCEC.
Four out of 10 students skipped at least a month of school this year as attendance levels failed to bounce back from pandemic lows. Source: The Australian.
Senior students at a Good Samaritan school in Sydney embarked on a new endeavour in business and hospitality this year by opening the Cup of Peace Café – an enterprise they helped bring to life as part of their school curriculum and pathway to future employment. Source: The Good Oil.
A document that provides a framework to support positive relationships between Adelaide parishes and Catholic school communities has been officially launched. Source: The Southern Cross.
The National Catholic Education Commission says it looks forward to examining the details of the review into the National School Reform Agreement.