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TAFE took Kashif there

TAFE took sports-lover Kashif Bouns from international student to management in the AFL.

Engaging, connecting and creating change through music

Improved NAPLAN results and kids loving school – an equity funded music program is equalising opportunities at Narre Warren South P-12.

Congratulations all VCE and VCAL achievers

More than 50,000 Victorian students received their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) results today. Victorian Curriculum Assessment Authority CEO Dr David Howes says all VCE graduates should be proud of their achievements — no matter their result.

Passions and Pathways – the world of work in Bendigo Schools

School and community partnerships sets the path to future work and opens a world of possibility.

Teaching Scholarships Offered for Rural Victorians

Rural and regional Victorians interested in a job in teaching are encouraged to apply for a State Government scholarship designed to help them get there.

2017 Playgroup Awards: Woodend and Inner North Rainbow Playgroups

This year’s Playgroup Awards recognised Victorian playgroups for going above and beyond their vital role in strengthening families and communities, and instilling children with a lifelong love of learning.

Creating opportunities for lifelong success at Wyndham Park Primary

Robotics, community, and a whole school approach that empowers kids to dream big.

Rural education advocate named 2017 VCE Leader of the Year

Joe Collins lives in a small town in Victoria’s Mallee district of 694 people. He is passionate about community and ensuring young people in regional areas have the same great educational opportunities as their city counterparts to achieve excellence.

What we are striving to achieve

The Education State school targets reflect our focus on excellence and equity, and our goal to equip all students with the personal and practical skills to live the lives they want to live, and get the jobs they need.