Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Preston Robin Scott today visited the former Preston Girls College site with local families and community groups to discuss the future of education in the area. A demographic feasibility study is currently underway to determine the needs..
The most comprehensive review of the Program for Students with Disabilities in Victoria’s history will investigate how schools can best support students with special needs, including those with autism and dyslexia.
Minister for Education, James Merlino, today opened the 10th Annual Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC) Congress – the key event for engaging students in decision-making and problem-solving in schools and the community.
Minister for Education, James Merlino, today opened a conference on innovative and world-leading educational practices which has drawn hundreds of professionals from across Australia and around the world.
The behaviour that we have seen exposed over the past eight weeks during the IBAC hearings is an absolute disgrace. The public expects and deserves better from its public servants, and Victorian families have every right to be outraged that their money was stolen by these corrupt officials.
The Andrews Labor Government has restarted planning for a new primary school in Docklands after four years of stalling under the previous Liberal Government.
Superheroes starring in clips to ‘save the day’ on cyber safety and a ‘values wristband’ to reward students for respect and teamwork are just some of the latest projects supported by the Victorian Government’s Bully Stoppers campaign.
A new Andrews Labor Government grants program will use the results of a specialist survey to help young people become more confident in the classroom.
Hundreds more Year 9 students have the chance to fast track their learning in China with the opening of applications for the 2016 Victorian Young Leaders to China Program.
Minister for Education, James Merlino, today launched a new guide to help Victoria’s 9000 children and young people from refugee backgrounds to get the most out of school. Launched during Refugee Week, Schools and Families in Partnership: A Desktop Guide to Engaging Families from Refugee Backgrounds in their Children’s Learning, gives schools vital information about ways that families and schools can collaborate to meet the needs of students and their families from refugee backgrounds.
The Andrews Labor Government today took a big step towards its key election commitment to reopen the former Swinburne University of Technology, Lilydale campus following a dedicated campaign from the local community. Minister for Training and Skills, Steve Herbert, said the re-opening of the campus would be taken to the next stage with the Request for Proposal (RFP) process kicking off today, with an expected opening in the first half of 2016.
Minister for Education, James Merlino, today welcomed the announcement that the former Nunawading Primary School site has been sold for community use. The City of Whitehorse this week announced it would transform the site into the Nunawading Community Hub.
Minister for Education, James Merlino, will jump aboard at Kallista Primary School, donning a pirate patch and addressing students and teachers with a spirited “ahoy there”!
The Andrews Labor Government is asking all Victorians to have their say about the future of our education system. Launching discussion papers at the State Library today, alongside Minister for Education, James Merlino, the Premier said that our economy is changing, and our education system..