NSW schools get major staffing boost with $224m program
More than 1,000 of the state’s best teachers are now able to mentor and coach other teachers in a major push to improve professional practice and student outcomes.
Ban on international students being considered
A state government imposed ban on international students is being considered for several schools to cope with rising enrolments.
Police to be stationed inside troubled school
Police are being deployed to the school to engage with students, not to punish them, says NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli.
Don’t mess with Gonski model, Education Minister warns leaders
Adrian Piccoli has urged the nation’s leaders to support the Gonski funding model, which he says “works better than anything we've ever had in place in Australia."
State govt to restore funding for schools
NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli, will today pledge $50m over the next four years for new classrooms and facilities in non-government schools.
Principals urged to make the most of a ‘seismic step up’ in education
Principals have a key role to play in driving educational change, says NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli.