School Governance

South Australia’s New Working with Children Check Scheme-in Operation from 1 July 2019

As part of the extensive reforms to South Australia’s child protection system, the South Australian Government has enact...

Weekly Wrap: July 4, 2019

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Commencement of New Corporations Act Whistleblower Laws on 1 July 2019

Recent Media Focus on Whistleblowing Last Sunday 23 June 2019, non-government organisations across the world that advoca...

The Boarding Standard-Queensland Government Schools are Now Aboard. Will your School Miss the Boat?

There are currently 189 non-government boarding schools across Australia and the legislative and regulatory requirements...

The Queensland Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce Report: Queensland Government Yet to Release Key Resources

The Queensland Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce was established in February 2018 and the Taskforce released its report in Oc...

Weekly Wrap: June 27, 2019

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ATAR Assessments - Do the States and Territories Have it Right or are They Pushing Overworked Teachers to the Brink?

A recent article in The West Australian raised a number of issues that seem to be gathering interest across the country.

Work Experience: What Schools Need to do to Protect Their Students

What is work experience? An increasing number of young people are doing work placements as part of work experience progr...

What Happened to the Proposed Cyberbullying Laws in South Australia and Tasmania?

South Australia and Tasmania have both introduced anti-cyberbullying Bills into Parliament, but neither state is yet to ...

Weekly Wrap: June 20, 2019

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