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Building the Education Revolution


Building the Education Revolution

Tasmania's Education Performance Report 2009

Tasmania's Education Performance Report 2009

Provides the third annual snapshot of Tasmania's public education system at state and regional levels. The report focuses on improvement across a broad set of 17 criteria ranging from readiness for school to socio-economic equity.

Schools urged to celebrate public education

The State Government and the Australian Education Union have joined forces to help celebrate public education in Tasmania. All Tasmanian Government schools are invited to take part in Public Education Day 2010.

Industrial Commission rules on NAPLAN

The Minister for Education and Skills, Lin Thorp, today welcomed the Tasmanian Industrial Commission’s decision to order the Australian Education Union to lift its moratorium on administering NAPLAN testing in Tasmanian schools.

Awards to honour training excellence

Tasmania’s most outstanding trainees and apprentices are being urged to nominate for the 2010 Tasmanian Training Awards for excellence in vocational education and training.

School Life

This guide is designed to keep you up to date with everything you need to know about our government schools. It contains useful information on things like school terms, curriculum, health and wellbeing, and costs.

Claremont schools project

The construction of two new primary schools in Hobart’s northern suburbs is an exciting investment in the future of students in the region.

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