Public Education Foundation
Regional teacher credits mentor for scholarship winOctober 01, 2020
Scholarship winner Hannah Rivers (pictured) started her career as a temporary teacher at Cumnock Public School, about 60 kilometres from Orange. Her desire to work in public education came after working as a School Learning Support Officer and it drove her through her Master of Teaching.
Public education: Building great Australian livesJuly 24, 2020
Becoming an actor was an unlikely career path for a young Deborah Mailman growing up in the north-western Queensland mining town of Mt Isa.
Foster’s high-profile support for public educationJune 12, 2019
He made his name representing Australia on the football field, and now former Socceroos player Craig Foster is kicking goals for teachers and students as a champion of public education.
Off to Harvard: Public School principals win awardsMay 20, 2019
Congratulations to three public school principal’s granted scholarships at the Public Education Foundation’s Proudly Public Awards ceremony on 15 May held at Sydney Town Hall.
Startling figures support funding campaignApril 03, 2018
A national report that shows the declining performance of our most disadvantaged school students will cost the country at least $120 billion in coming decades, reinforced Federation’s campaign for fairer public school funding, President Maurie Mulheron said.
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