On Friday 8 March all of us here at Good Education Group joined in International Women’s Day, celebrating not only the achievements of our female colleagues, but also those that we work alongside within the industry as well as those that we admire from afar. With this year’s hashtag #BalanceforBetter, naturally it’s also a day which raises discussion around where
Good Education Group is proud to announce their involvement with the girledworld APAC summit, with the aim to get more girls into start-up, entrepreneurship and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) careers and build a new generation of innovators to take Australia forward.
Good Education Group is excited to announce our partnership with The Gandhi Experiment.
If there is one thing educators can all agree on, it’s that the world is changing quickly and schools need to equip students with skills to thrive in the cut-and-thrust of modern life.
A degree is a powerful signal to employers that an applicant is motivated and invested, and has a swag of technical skills. However, the current pathway from degree to job in the competitive graduate employment market has two main problems. Sadly, for many students, a degree is no longer a guarantee of a job. The Good Universities Guide reported in