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American donors turn to education funding

Luke Michael, Monday, 4th November 2019 -  A grantmaking organisation has examined philanthropic sector data in the US Education is the number one issue American donors care about when it comes to helping charities achieve

Disability royal commission begins amid fears around support services

Luke Michael, Monday, 4th November 2019 -  The first hearing of the inquiry will focus on education  The chair of the disability royal commission has tried to assuage fears there will not be enough support for people giving

Children with disability face bullying and exclusion in Aussie schools

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 30th October 2019 -  Advocates say the segregation of children with disability in education is a fundamental denial of human rights Disability groups are calling for segregated education settings

Placing a value on learning – the great divide in Australia

David Crosbie, Thursday, 12th September 2019 -  Where you live and the postcode of the school you attend will have a significant impact in determining your opportunities. We need to start addressing the educational bias that limits

Inclusive education high in the NSW election agenda, but future of students with disabilities still unclear

Cecile Sullivan Elder, Monday, 18th March 2019 -  We need systemic reform to move from the parallel systems we have now to an education system that is inclusive of all children, writes Cecile Sullivan Elder, executive officer of Family

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Loneliness and Villages

David Crosbie, Thursday, 14th March 2019 -  Being a part of the It Takes A Village campaign has highlighted how important it is that we think about the village around not just our students, but each member of our community, writes

‘It takes a village’ to help kids succeed in education

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 12th March 2019 -  Charities are calling on Australians to play a greater role in the education of young people, warning of a $1 million cost to the community for each student not completing high school.  

Indigenous Tertiary Scholarships to Help Students Stay in School

Maggie Coggan, Monday, 14th January 2019 -  With Indigenous tertiary students more than twice as likely as their non-Indigenous counterparts to drop-out of university or TAFE after the first year, a raft of scholarships are

Outback Alliance Launches in Hope of Better Representation

Maggie Coggan, Monday, 26th November 2018 -  An alliance of non-government and community groups have come together in a bid to make their voices heard in the Australian capital fighting for better outcomes in outback Australia.

Getting the Elephant Out of the Room on Women’s Health Issues

Maggie Coggan, Monday, 27th August 2018 -  Janet Hailes Michelmore AO is philanthropic director of Jean Hailes For Women’s Health, an organisation aiming to improve health literacy for women of all ages. She is this week

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The Tragedy of Improving Educational Outcomes for Children with Disability

Julie Phillips, Monday, 9th July 2018 -  How many reports must be published for the Department of Education to deem students with disabilities worthy of the same care, consideration and human rights as other Victorian students,

Utilising Giving to Empower Young Philanthropists

Luke Michael, Monday, 25th June 2018 -  Sean Gordon is the founder and CEO of SchoolAid, a charity helping to empower young philanthropists. He is this week’s Changemaker. Gordon spent 18 years working as a principal in
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