Sunday , April 21 2019

Got something to say? School News is listening

We are always looking for stories and opinions to feature from within the education sector. If you’re a teacher, librarian, department head, principal, or in any way invested in Australia’s education: get in touch!

Types of stories we love to share: 

  • Opinion pieces on anything sector-related. From curriculum gripes to thoughts on culture, socio-economic issues, events and more. 
  • Has your school done something new? Had an upgrade? Made significant changes or recorded significant improvement?
  • Your thoughts on stories we’ve covered: did you disagree with something an interviewee said?
  • Daily storytime: tell us about your latest school activity, trip or lesson plan. What went wrong? What dazzled?
  • Product news: just installed some awesome new tech? Has something got your school running like a well-oiled machine? Tell us about it!

Send your stories to our editor’s desk: [email protected]

 

About Rosie Clarke

Rosie Clarke
Rosie is the managing editor here at Multimedia Pty Ltd. Feel free to contact her at any time.

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