Educating Today and Tomorrow

20 Nov 2015

Stephen was excited to be asked to address a host of leaders in Catholic education from across the globe, one of only four Australians to do so, at the International Education Congress in Rome.

Together – the only way to learn

17 Sep 2015

Catholic education has always sought to avoid the divisive ‘us versus them’, public versus private rhetoric, preferring to work in partnership with the government school sector as together we provide for

It's a Con-Ski

23 Apr 2015

The shameful tactic by the AEU to drag Catholic education into an industrial agenda wrapped in the cloak of a Gonski campaign is nothing short of a Con ski.

Gough’s teachings live on

4 Dec 2014

Gough Whitlam stands alone in the scope of his reform agenda and while many dreams became disasters, in school education his legacy is large. Whitlam’s November 1972 policy speech promised that improving Australia’s education was of the highest priority. In

Parents caught in the safety net

4 Dec 2014

 The numbers are frightening. 81% of children witnessing online bullying, 70% deliberately hiding their online activities, one in 10 setting up fake social media accounts to fool their parents. Results of the latest cyber bullying survey make it very clear,

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