The Andrews Labor Government is increasing access to men’s behaviour change programs to help break the cycle of family violence in Victoria.
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.
A highly-effective curriculum assessment and reporting program that helps teachers personalise learning for students who have a disability will be expanded across Victoria.
Schools in St Albans will share in more than $2.6 million of extra funding in 2016 as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s plan to make Victoria the Education State.
Three young Victorians from diverse backgrounds were recognised for their commitment and hard work at the Centre for Multicultural Youth’s MY Education Awards.
Minister for Education James Merlino today welcomed the release of an interim report as part of an independent review into Victoria’s education funding. The review, led by former Premier the Hon Steve Bracks AC, was commissioned by the Andrews Labor Government in response to the cuts and funding uncertainty created by the previous Victorian Liberal Government and current Federal Liberal Government.
Two million primary school and kindergarten students across Victoria have now been educated in dog safety and what it means to be a responsible pet owner thanks to a landmark Victorian Government program.
New training courses will give unemployed Victorians the skills they need for the jobs they want, under a $50 million plan unveiled by the Andrews Labor Government.