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TAFE SA becomes the first accredited training partner of Naval Shipbuilding College in the nation

TAFE SA has become the first accredited training partner of the Naval Shipbuilding College in Australia, after the College endorsed the welding component of the Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade.

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PEACE pack to address bullying in SA primary schools

26 schools across South Australia have been trialling a new approach to tackling bullying in primary schools, as part of the Government’s commitment to back evidence-based approaches to address bullying in schools.

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New Bill to enable the immediate suspension of teachers charged with serious criminal offences

The Government will today introduce legislation into Parliament to amend the Teacher Registration and Standards Act 2004 to enable the Teachers Registration Board to immediately suspend the registration of a teacher charged with serious criminal offences, including rape, murder and drug dealing.

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Data report reveals need to better understand student learning and earning pathways

A research analysis report of SACE attainment and VET participation, of which preliminary findings were first presented to the former government in 2017, shows that little is known about the educational outcomes of more than a quarter of government school students.

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MORIALTA MATTERS ISSUE 26

The election seems like a distant memory as the new Government has been busy delivering our reform agenda. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the community for their continued faith in me as their local MP.

For the first time in sixteen years we have a new Government. I can report that our Premier Steven Marshall is working extremely hard to ensure we deliver on our key election commitments of more jobs, lower costs and better services.

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2018 NAPLAN results a foundation for growth

South Australian schools are achieving modest growth in NAPLAN, with the strongest results shown in years 5 and 9, following the national release of results today.

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Finalists named in the 2018 Public Education Awards

A primary teacher helping students send their work into space and a team of highly skilled support service officers producing learning materials for vision impaired students are amongst the 30 finalists selected in this year’s SA Public Education Awards.

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New $100 million Whyalla High School to deliver stronger futures

The Marshall Liberal Government has today announced it will fund a new $100 million secondary school in Whyalla.

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State childhood services setting the standard for the nation

South Australian early childhood education and care services are leading the nation, exceeding the expected standards set by the National Quality Standard (NQS) for providing high quality care and education to children.

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South Australia leads the nation with Year 1 Phonics Check

South Australia is the first state in the country to deliver Year 1 Phonics Checks for all Government schools, fulfilling a Marshall Liberal Government election commitment.

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