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    Synergy wins $30m govt contract without submission

    Synergy wins $30m govt contract without submission

    13 Sep 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Synergy has secured a substantial electricity supply deal with the North Metropolitan Health Service, one of several electricity contracts awarded by government agencies in the health and education sectors in recent months. ...

    Vale Alex Cohen

    Vale Alex Cohen

    12 Sep 2019 by Mark Beyer

    Former University of Western Australia chancellor Alex Cohen has been remembered as one of the state’s most respected medical figures. ...

    Education opportunities start with the state’s schools

    Education opportunities start with the state’s schools

    09 Sep 2019 by Jordan Murray

    Some of Western Australia’s top private schools are feeling the effects of the state’s ongoing economic malaise, recording a decline in enrolments in recent years. ...

    Chapman refocuses universities’ role

    Chapman refocuses universities’ role

    05 Sep 2019 by Jordan Murray

    Edith Cowan University vice-chancellor Stephen Chapman has questioned whether it is the role of universities to prepare students for particular jobs. ...

    The not-so-great age divide

    The not-so-great age divide

    04 Sep 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: School leaders and parents are increasingly questioning the way classrooms are organised. ...

    Market improves for graduates

    Market improves for graduates

    30 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The graduate jobs market is a competitive environment, but there is cause for optimism as parts of the state’s economy emerge out of a downturn. ...

    Fogarty makes $15m commitment

    Fogarty makes $15m commitment

    28 Aug 2019 by Business News

    The philanthropically minded family behind education-focused Fogarty Foundation has made a $15 million funding commitment to back next-generation, technology focused enterprises driven by past and present students in its scholarship programs. ...

    Report questions uni focus

    Report questions uni focus

    22 Aug 2019 by Jordan Murray

    Australian school students are frequently overlooking vocational education in favour of going to university to the detriment of their future career prospects, according to a report from the Grattan Institute. ...

    Partnership, not persecution

    Partnership, not persecution

    21 Aug 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: Parents naturally want the best for their children, but increasingly forceful representations to, and demands of, teachers is a problem. ...

    Size matters when it comes to burnout

    Size matters when it comes to burnout

    07 Aug 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: Determining the ideal classroom size is arguably the number one topic on the long list of thorny education issues to have divided policymakers, academics, school leaders, teachers, parents and even students over the past 50 years. ...

    Two WA universities in Australian top 10

    Two WA universities in Australian top 10

    07 Aug 2019 by Madeleine Stephens

    Curtin University and the University of Western Australia rank in the top ten universities in Australia, with Curtin jumping from 16th position to ninth in the past year, according to the Center for World University Rankings. ...

    ANU taps Bishop for chancellor

    ANU taps Bishop for chancellor

    01 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Former foreign minister Julie Bishop will become the first female chancellor of the Australian National University. ...

    Allegro to invest in PRC

    Allegro to invest in PRC

    26 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso Mark Beyer

    Australian private equity firm Allegro Funds says it will make a significant investment in Western Australia’s largest diagnostic imaging provider, Perth Radiological Clinic, the latest in a string of deals for the sector. ...

    Bursting the school groupthink bubble

    Bursting the school groupthink bubble

    24 Jul 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: The most effective school leaders know how to work cooperatively with the members of their team, even welcoming dissent, to achieve optimal outcomes. ...

    Constable Care expands into the UK

    Constable Care expands into the UK

    19 Jul 2019 by Business News

    Western Australia-based Constable Care Child Safety Foundation has gone global with the launch of its safety education app, Arility, in the UK. ...

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