The State Opposition has demonstrated its outrageous hypocrisy and lack of judgment by questioning the cost of the State’s first two bilingual schools.
News release - Susan Close
Top young artists and designers from across the State were recognised for their creative flair at the official opening of the SACE Art Show last night.
South Australian schools have again shown their commitment to ending violence and bullying through a collection of inspired activities happening as part of the seventh National Day of Action happening today.
The State Government has offered to provide the Islamic College of SA with limited financial support, conditional on advice from an independent accountant.
The SACE Art Show 2017 is set to impress with 148 art and design works on display at the Adelaide College of the Arts from 18 March.
Education Minister Susan Close will today visit Good Shepherd Lutheran School to see where a new $2.1 million STEM centre will be built, thanks to a State Government loan aimed at preparing children for jobs of tomorrow.
Four post-secondary students who have a disability have been awarded $1,500 each through the 2017 Charles Bright Scholarships.
The State Government has appointed Ms Helen Connolly as South Australia’s first Commissioner for Children and Young People.
Encouraging a greater number of Aboriginal students to complete high school and excel academically is the aim of a renewed strategy involving schools, students and their families.
This week child protection reform focus groups will meet across South Australia in order to strengthen our current system.
High achieving vocational education and training students, apprentices, employers, training organisations and teachers are invited to nominate for the 2017 South Australian Training Awards.
The State Government has made its recommendation on who South Australia’s first Commissioner for Children and Young People should be.