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Mernda Park Primary School is setting its students up as “kid coders” for the future.
For 13-year-old Elissa-Kate, who reads up to three books a day, reading offers fun new adventures – on and off the page.
The National Gallery Victoria is inviting schools and students to visit and expand their learning at the NGV Triennial.
A volunteer mentor program is giving retirees and disadvantaged students a new lease on life, and it’s set to grow across Victoria.
Pursuing an education in Victoria is paying off for international student Calvin (Jiaxing) Gu, whose newfound passion for filmmaking has earned him an award.
As a boy, Dr Joe Lo Bianco AM felt embarrassed hearing his parents speak Italian in public when growing up in the north-east Victorian town of Myrtleford.
James Hart, designer of this year’s Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge poster for primary school students, believes all children want the same thing from a book.
Students of Noble Park Primary School pay their second visit to an Indigenous community in Far North Queensland
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