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Encouraging STEM inclusivity for those with disabilities during National Science Week

As part of National Science Week 2020, Monash academic Dr Kirsten Ellis will demonstrate how STEM activities can be more equitable and inclusive for those with disabilities and unique needs.

3 hours

by Freya Lucas

UOW Early Start secures funding to undertake Early Learning @ Home project

The University of Wollongong (UOW) Early Start program, along with key partners in Early Childhood Australia and Playgroup Australia, has been successful with its application to the Ian Potter Foundation for $190,0000 over two years to undertake the Early Learning @ Home project.

4 hours

by Freya Lucas

Charter Hall REIT reports muted impact from COVID-19 in sound FY2020 results

The Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT has reported a 15.6 per cent increase in operating earnings in its FY2020 full year results as contributions from acquisitions and rental increases outweighed disposal activity and when combined with steady expenses supported returns.

21 hours

by Jason Roberts

“Back to basics” approach for Cumberland Council could see ECEC services outsourced

Cumberland City Council, located in Western Sydney, has released an economic statement outlining a number of actions to address its financial situation, including exploring the way in which the council offers early childhood education and care (ECEC) services.

2 days

by Freya Lucas

$10,000 in Growing Good Garden Grants on offer

Life Education and Yates have paired up to offer $10,000 worth of Growing Good Gardens Grants to schools and community groups in 2020 with the aim of encouraging children, schools and families to get active and learn more about nutrition.

3 days

by Freya Lucas

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