Chantal McAllister is an African Australian who has taught in the Republic of South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, South Korea and Australia.
Elizabeth Rakkas became a corporate officer after working in a support capacity in special needs students’ classrooms.
An initiative allowing students to complete a Northern Territory Certificate of Education while living in their Homeland communities was relaunched at the coastal East Arnhem community of Garrthalala in early September.
Water bubblers became the focus of persuasive letter writing by a group of Clyde Fenton Primary School students.
An all-girl touch rugby side from Katherine South Primary School challenged squads in Singapore during a recent five-day trip.
Rebecca Clarke is a Teaching in the Territory Excellence Award finalist. The Berry Springs Primary School teacher is one of 14 contenders in the Primary Teacher of the Year category.
Nightcliff Primary School is a finalist in the 2019 NT Natural Resource Management Awards.
The collective service to Walungurru School of two retiring assistant teachers has been an extraordinary 63 years.
The delivery of thousands of children’s books translated into a traditional language and Kriol is set to provide a boost to early learning in remote communities across the Northern Territory.
Danielle Hall will participate in a new leadership program offered by the Harvard Graduate School of Education.