Topic: "Education State"
The locations of 10 state-of-the-art Tech Schools have been announced today, with $116 million allocated to build the new facilities.
Furlong Park School for Deaf Children is one of twenty specialist schools across Victoria that will have their classrooms upgraded and there will be more support for its students, as the Andrews Labor Government continues to make Victoria the Education State.
More Victorian children are benefitting from attending a kindergarten program in the year before school, according to new data released by the Andrews Labor Government.
Minister for Education James Merlino today joined Member for Mordialloc and Andrews Labor Government’s Ambassador for the Special Needs Plan (School Capital), Tim Richardson, at Chelsea Heights Primary to announce the first 33 projects to be built under a $10 million program for students with special needs.
Nearly one million Victorian students returning to school today are set to benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Education State reforms, including a $566 million – or 70 per cent – boost to equity funding over four years.
The Andrews Labor Government is making Victoria the Education State by breaking the link between disadvantage and achievement.
Thirty passionate teachers, principals and support staff from government schools across the state are in the running to win up to $220,000 worth of professional development prizes at the 2015 Victorian Education Excellence Awards.
Local kindergartens in the St Albans electorate are set to benefit from nine grants as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s promise to deliver new kindergarten infrastructure improvements.
A highly-effective curriculum assessment and reporting program that helps teachers personalise learning for students who have a disability will be expanded across Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to make Victoria the Education State by establishing new LOOKOUT Education Support Centres to help ensure vulnerable children and young people in out-of-home Care stay in education.
The Andrews Labor Government is making Victoria the Education State by investing $27 million over five years to make sure thousands of children from disadvantaged primary schools receive a better education in maths and science.
Three young Victorians from diverse backgrounds were recognised for their commitment and hard work at the Centre for Multicultural Youth’s MY Education Awards.