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USQ hosts Reconciliation workshop for ECEC educators

A professional development workshop, highlighting the important role that early learning plays in a reconciled Australia was recently hosted by the University of Southern Queensland (USQ).

12 hours ago

by Freya Lucas

Learning letter sounds is the key to reading, Norwegian researchers say

Children will learn to read more easily when they are able to learn letters and the sounds the letters make as early as possible, researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have found.

12 hours ago

by Freya Lucas

New website developed to support children and families waiting for speech help

Charles Sturt University and Western New South Wales Local Health District (WNSWLHD) have collaborated to develop a new website featuring evidence-based ideas to support children and families waiting for speech pathology services.

a day ago

by Freya Lucas

Tech upgrades to support Vic roll out of three-year-old kindergarten in 2020

Children in Victoria’s Glenelg Shire will benefit from technology upgrades ahead of three-year-old kindergarten starting next year, with Labor Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney, announcing that four early childhood services in Portland would share $10,500 in funding to purchase tablet computers through the Labor Government’s Children’s Facilities Capital Program (CFCP).

a day ago

by Freya Lucas

Chris Sacre appointed interim CFO at Evolve as incumbent steps down

Chris Sacre has been appointed interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Evolve Education Group in the wake of the incumbent CFO Stephen Davies’s decision to leave to pursue other opportunities.

a day ago

by Jason Roberts

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