Applications are now open for more than 50 Masters for Teachers scholarships worth up to $20,000 each, and all eligible public education teachers are encouraged to apply.
News release - Susan Close
The State Government has completed 36 child protection recommendations from the Child Protection Systems Royal Commission report, The Life They Deserve.
About 50 South Australian primary schools are taking part in the nation’s first large scale roll-out of 3D printing technology.
The future of grassroots child welfare group Puddle Jumpers is looking brighter with a new home identified for the Forestville-based child welfare group.
The Education Department has produced a ‘snapshot’ guide for parents and caregivers to summarise the seven general capabilities students learn throughout their schooling - which have been designed specifically to focus on the jobs of the future.
The State Government has announced it will invest almost $13 million for new floor coverings, external painting and paving for 110 schools across the State.
The largest contingent of representatives from French universities and research institutions will be in Adelaide today to explore new ways of working together with their Australian counterparts.
In an Australian-first, the International Space Station has begun preparations to host three STEM experiments created by South Australian public school students.
The Hampstead Preschool community will today celebrate the official opening of its $1.85 million redevelopment.
Parents are being encouraged to take up the fight against childhood obesity and take a walk - or a part walk - with their children to school tomorrow as part of Walk Safely to School Day.
Supporting students to develop the skills they need to thrive and succeed in a knowledge-based economy will be the focus of the first STEM Forum in the Murraylands tomorrow.
Education Ministers from around Australia will be in Adelaide tomorrow for the Special Education Council Meeting – where the Federal Government’s funding cuts will be high on the agenda.