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More diversity needed in education leadership: 2018 Br John Taylor Fellow

An Aboriginal Catholic education has today called on school authorities to do more to identify and develop leaders from culturally diverse backgrounds read more...

Invest in instructional leaders, not magic bullets, Catholic Schools tell Gonski #2

School funding could significantly improve student learning it it were used to develop more teachers and principals as instructional leaders, Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) said today. read more...

Catholic schools welcome National School Resourcing Board appointments

Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) today welcomed the appointments made to the new National School Resourcing Board (NSRB), describing them as a good assembly of skilled Australians.
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$25,000 on offer for Catholic educators to research teaching topics

Catholic school educators are invited to apply for an opportunity to travel overseas to research a subject that will help schools meet a present or future challenge.
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NSW Government delivers refugee funding for Catholic schools

The NSW Government has allocated $2.2 million to NSW Catholic schools to help fund the provision of intensive English language classes for newly arrived refugee students from war-torn Syria and Iraq. read more...

Labor’s local infrastructure plan would put all schools on equal footing

The NSW Oppositions plan to exempt not-for-profit, non-government schools from paying infrastructure contributions to local councils would free up millions of dollars each year to build and upgrade schools, Catholic Education Commission NSW (CECNSW) said today. read more...

System schools to lose hundreds of millions in funding

Non-government schools belonging to systems will lose hundreds of millions of dollars due to an oversight in the Federal Governmentâs new funding plan. read more...

Catholic education backs NSW Government’s anti-bullying push

Catholic Education Commission NSW today welcomed the NSW Governmentâs new anti-bullying resources, calling them a practical, evidence-based approach to tackling bullying in all of its contexts.
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