When the 2019 Planning for Education Index was released in January, there was a flurry of media coverage across the country. The report detailed the estimated cost for educating a child born in 2019, with the intention of preparing parents not only for the projected expense of tuition but all the other ‘little’ things that hit the wallet, such as
Hayley Dureau never planned on becoming a teacher. At high school, she wanted to be a doctor.
Parents generally want their kids to flourish in the classroom, so it’s little surprise that evidence of academic performance is at the top of wish lists when it comes to choosing a school.
A select-entry government school has topped the list of Wyndham’s best-performing schools for VCE results.
The principal of one of Brisbane’s elite girls’ schools has defended the Ascot institution’s academic performance after Queensland’s 2017 OP rankings placed it outside the top 100.
As this year’s round of new graduates start the process of applying to universities around the country, a lot of students have a specific number in mind.
Are you a Year 12 student working your butt off to ensure you achieve a high enough ATAR score to attend the prestigious Melbourne University, or Sydney University?
A plan to turn around Ballarat Secondary College results with high expectations, self belief, a safe learning environment and best-practice teaching methods has seen the school’s VCE results draw level and surpass some Melbourne private schools.
Data released this week reveals Ballarat Clarendon College has the highest percentage of 40+ study scores of all schools in the Ballarat region.
Geelong College is the region’s highest performing school, according to Melbourne’s largest education data provider.