Forty-two retiring senior directors, school principals, deputy principals and preschool directors will be fondly farewelled at a reception today as they come together to celebrate the end of their public education careers.
News release -Former minister Jennifer Rankine
A new personal safety app developed by the Carly Ryan Foundation (CRF) which enables children and other users to send emergency alerts and broadcast their GPS location to trusted contacts was today unveiled by Education and Child Development Minister Jennifer Rankine.
A massive 96 per cent of public school students continued their studies into year twelve last year the highest proportion ever according to school retention rates data released today.
South Australian communities will benefit from the first-class addition of 20 scholarship graduates who will launch their specialist teaching careers when classes resume this week.
Nearly three-quarters of the Families SA residential care workers identified for further assessment through the internal audit conducted by former Police Commissioner Mal Hyde have been cleared to return to work or continue working.
A Parents of preschoolers are in for more uncertainty, with the Federal Government refusing to commit to a timeframe for finalising ongoing funding arrangements for the Universal Access to Early Childhood Education program.
One of the state's most isolated preschools is punching well above its weight when compared to the national standards for public preschools.
The State Government has appointed a leading academic to undertake a comprehensive review of South Australia's adoption laws.
Minister for Education and Child Development Jennifer Rankine today accused the Liberal Party of resurrecting Isobel Redmond's disastrous plan to cut 25,000 public sector jobs in South Australia.
The South Australian Government has ended the uncertainty for local parents of preschoolers, by agreeing to the Federal Government's funding offer for the Universal Access to Early Childhood Education program.
Aboriginal girls in Years 11 and 12 will have the chance to take part in a new elite netball program while they complete their studies under a new initiative announced by Minister for Education and Child Development Jennifer Rankine today.
The Federal Government has gone silent on its preschool funding pledge, Minister for Education and Child Development Jennifer Rankine said today.