Tag: Good Education Group

31
Jan

Queensland one of the most affordable states for Catholic school education

New figures have revealed that on average it will cost Queensland parents almost $76,000 to put a child through 13 years of state school.

30
Jan

Which Local Government Areas have the highest school fee increases?

Sydney’s private school parents are coughing up to 72 per cent more to put their kids through secondary schooling than a decade ago, according to The Good Schools Guide’s latest data.

15
Jan

Gold Coast private school fees revealed

Parents are coughing up less to send their children to Gold Coast’s best private schools than other large cities in Australia.

14
Jan

Have your say on STEM education

Good Education Group is proud to partner with Refraction Media by helping promote this year’s Australian STEM report.

5
Jan

Brisbane private schools raise tuition fees up to three times inflation rate

Private schools across Brisbane will raise tuition fees this year by two to three times the rate of inflation.

4
Jan

Schools across the Gold Coast raising fees as prices revealed

Private and Catholic schools across the Gold Coast are raising annual fees well above inflation and in line with hikes in Brisbane.

14
Dec

Seeking aspiring student writers

Do you know of any students with a flair for words and writing? Have you got students that are considering a career in journalism, media or communications? We know students want to hear from other students. That’s why Good Education Group is seeking blog contributions for our multiple publications, many that you may already be familiar with, including The Good

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9
Dec

Today Weekend Agenda: Rising School Costs

While some parents debate the benefits of public or private school, many can’t afford the choice and are still seriously struggling with the costs of a so-called ‘free education’.

15
Nov

Victorian secondary schools face population squeeze as baby-boom generation comes of age

At Melton Secondary College, perched on the fringe of Melbourne’s north-western sprawl, teachers are forced to roster class heating and cooling.

12
Nov

Victoria faces teacher shortage as student numbers surge

Hayley Dureau never planned on becoming a teacher. At high school, she wanted to be a doctor.