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Property moguls of the future at St Pius X High School in the Newcastle suburb of Adamstown have proved no challenge is out of reach for a group of dedicated girl bosses. Source: MNnews.Today.
The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation, which has helped thousands of Catholic school students complete years 11 and 12, has been named the 2023 Philanthropic Foundation of the Year at the Queensland Community Foundation Philanthropy Awards. Source: The Catholic Leader.
The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria says the Victorian Government’s new payroll tax for non-government schools unfairly targets hard-working Victorian families and won’t improve the Budget as much as forecast.
The overhaul of the literacy approach used in Catholic schools in Canberra has led to a marked improvement in the reading skills of year 3 students, according to new analysis. Source: ABC News.
If you thought we would see the end of the school funding wars with the introduction of a fairer, needs-based funding model, think again, writes National Catholic Education Commission executive director Jacinta Collins. Source: The Age.
Christian schools have asked federal politicians to declare their stance on religious education, in a fightback against discrimination reform. Source: The Australian.
Investment banking titan and National Catholic Education Commission chair Nicholas Moore says furthering education is the passion that will drive his later career as he was recognised at the King’s Birthday honours list. Source: The Australian.
Allan Blagaich, an education leader from Western Australia, has been named the next Queensland Catholic Education Commission executive director by the Bishops of Queensland. Source: The Catholic Leader.
Victoria’s education minister says the Andrews Government is open to lifting the private schools payroll tax threshold even further as Catholic schools urge school communities to lobby MPs against the plan to slap payroll tax on mid-priced and high-fee schools. Source: The Age.