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Department changes name

1 July 2015

From today the Department of Education and Communities will now be known as the Department of Education following administrative changes to a number of NSW Government agencies that came into effect on 1 July.

National Trust honours heritage publication

26 May 2015

A team of department heritage officers and staff from the NSW Government Architects Office have been honoured at the National Trust Awards.

Schools embrace disability reform

7 May 2015

Education leaders from Australia and overseas meet in Sydney today to discuss how schools are complementing national disability reforms to ensure students with disability have the opportunity to reach their goals.

International students praised

5 March 2015

The academic excellence, leadership and service of international students who studied at NSW government schools last year has been praised at a ceremony to mark their achievements.

Community Languages Schools funding

2 March 2015

The state's community language schools network has been strengthened with the injection of an additional $400,000 in funding.

TAFE NSW improves international student experience

16 February 2015

TAFE NSW initiatives are prominent in the latest round of StudyNSW Partner Projects aimed at improving international students' experiences in NSW.

Top athletes honoured

12 February 2015

Blaxland High graduate, Jessica Fox and Blayney High's Kurt Fearnley ranked among the top honours in the inaugural Australian Institute of Sport Performance Awards celebrated at Melbourne Museum last night.

Childcare deposits – advice to parents

10 February 2015

Parents considering paying a deposit to secure a place at a childcare centre or preschool should read the contract carefully.


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The theme for Education Week 2015 is Celebrating Local Heroes, which acknowledges the important role that parents, carers, grandparents and community members play in supporting our dedicated teachers and school staff.