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Acacia Program Scholarship – Sydney Metropolitan Region

2021-07-20T08:32:40+10:00

The Public Education Foundation’s Acacia Program Scholarship provides financial assistance and mentoring/career advice to high potential students, in need, attending schools in specific schools or school regions in the Sydney metropolitan area. (See basic [...]

Acacia Program Scholarship – Sydney Metropolitan Region2021-07-20T08:32:40+10:00

Exceptional Leadership Skills Recognised with Harvard Principals Scholarship

2021-05-20T14:18:51+10:00

The Public Education Foundation, Teachers Mutual Bank and the Harvard Club of Australia are honoured to announce the recipients of the 2021 Principals Scholarships. The three outstanding principals will undertake a professional education program at [...]

Exceptional Leadership Skills Recognised with Harvard Principals Scholarship2021-05-20T14:18:51+10:00

New Early Childhood Funding Welcome, but Budget Misses Opportunities for Education

2021-05-12T12:32:57+10:00

The Public Education Foundation (PEF) welcomes a major new commitment to early childhood education and care (ECEC) in the 2021 Federal Budget, as well as additional commitments to TAFE. However, the Budget misses critical opportunities [...]

New Early Childhood Funding Welcome, but Budget Misses Opportunities for Education2021-05-12T12:32:57+10:00

A refugee from Burundi who arrived a few years ago with no English, he’s just been elected as a prefect to the wonderful school he attends in Albury

2021-05-19T09:55:10+10:00

Well, the PEF scholarship I received for 2020 helped me to pay some of school expenses like school fees, books, subject fees, stationery, uniform and I am happy to say that it paid for [...]

A refugee from Burundi who arrived a few years ago with no English, he’s just been elected as a prefect to the wonderful school he attends in Albury2021-05-19T09:55:10+10:00

Teachers Health Early Career Scholarship Recipient Announced

2021-04-28T15:58:32+10:00

The Public Education Foundation (PEF) is delighted to announce that Damien Nicholls of Mylor Primary School, South Australia, is this year’s recipient of the Public Education Foundation’s Teachers Health Early Career Scholarship. Damien teaches Year [...]

Teachers Health Early Career Scholarship Recipient Announced2021-04-28T15:58:32+10:00

Teachers Mutual Bank Victorian Mid-Career Scholarship Recipient Announced

2021-04-22T15:09:24+10:00

The Public Education Foundation and Teachers Mutual Bank have today announced that Alanah Andrews, of Traralgon College is this year’s recipient of the Public Education Foundation’s Teachers Mutual Bank Victorian Mid-Career Scholarship. This scholarship supports [...]

Teachers Mutual Bank Victorian Mid-Career Scholarship Recipient Announced2021-04-22T15:09:24+10:00

Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson’s plan to correct imbalance between public and private school education

2021-03-23T13:44:46+11:00

Jennifer Robinson is often on the evening news. For three straight weeks last July, her image was beamed around the world holding actor Amber Heard's hand as they made their way through sometimes hostile crowds [...]

Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson’s plan to correct imbalance between public and private school education2021-03-23T13:44:46+11:00

From Bomaderry High to Britain’s High Court: tales of public school success

2021-03-05T11:30:22+11:00

Human rights barrister Jennifer Robinson has fought free speech cases on the international stage. She has acted for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, The New York Times and Bloomberg. She studied at Oxford University as [...]

From Bomaderry High to Britain’s High Court: tales of public school success2021-03-05T11:30:22+11:00
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