During the first period of remote learning brothers James and George Read were classified as vulnerable because of their poor internet connection. Second time around things have changed
A UNIVERSITY of Newcastle professional development program for teachers has been found to accelerate student learning outcomes, which could potentially reverse disruption caused by COVID-19.
An education group has told the state government a public boarding school in the Tamworth area - similar to Farrer or Yanco - could benefit passionate young regional women.
The pandemic offers an opportunity for the government to deliver a pathway into apprenticeships for young people disengaging from the workforce.
"We're designing something from the ground up ... and the responsibility rests with us to create something unique and very special and highly valued by the students of tomorrow."
It began with two students and since then 115 Ezidi students have joined the centre, which prepares them for high school education. From next year it will become the first Intensive English Centre in country NSW.
The government has released a multi-million-dollar funding package, aimed at closing the rural and remote education gap.