View the latest media releases from the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW below. See all BOSTES NSW media releases.
Thursday 17 November 2016
NSW FIRST IN AUSTRALIA TO PROTECT ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES
Wednesday 16 November 2016
NSW will become the first state in Australia to introduce landmark legislation to protect traditional Aboriginal languages and establish an Aboriginal Languages Centre to support community-led revival efforts, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams has announced.
Mrs Williams said the NSW Government will develop a bill that will explicitly recognise that Aboriginal ...
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Thursday 10 November 2016
High quality early childhood learning assured with 7000 teachers accredited
Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams has announced the accreditation of almost 7,000 NSW early childhood teachers, giving them the same professional recognition as schoolteachers.
Mrs Williams said the accreditation by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) recognises the professionalism of NSW early childhood teachers and the vital role they play in developing young ...
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Friday 04 November 2016
EXAMS END FOR 2016 HSC STUDENTS
The HSC is now over for more than 70,000 students.
On this the final day of the 2016 HSC over 5,000 students sat the last three exams: Business Services and Modern Greek Beginners in the morning, and Design and Technology, the last exam of the year, in the afternoon.
BOSTES President Tom Alegounarias said, “Students should feel a huge sense of accomplishment in completing their HSC. It is the culmination ...
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