Minister for Education James Merlino today visited Montpellier Primary School to inspect repair works on damage inflicted by this week’s destructive floods. Almost 20 government schools were damaged during the flash floods which hit Geelong and surrounding areas on Wednesday afternoon, with early childhood education..
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Nearly one million Victorian students returning to school today are set to benefit from the Andrews Labor Government’s Education State reforms, including a $566 million – or 70 per cent – boost to equity funding over four years. Visiting Lynbrook Primary School today, Minister for..
Drivers are being urged to slow down and be extra cautious around school zones this week, with reduced speed limits in place from Thursday 28 January outside schools across Victoria to keep kids safe as they return to classrooms for 2016. Speed limits will drop..
The Andrews Labor Government has delivered on its commitment to improve road safety around three south-east Melbourne primary schools, with new electronic school speed signs being switched on for the first time next week. Sixteen new electronic signs have been installed at Mount Dandenong Primary,..
Students across Victoria are today celebrating receiving offers to attend university and TAFE. Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) data published today shows that more than 57,200 students received main round offers for undergraduate courses today. In addition, VTAC has already issued 8,400 early round offers…