News Archive: The knowledge state
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The largest contingent of representatives from French universities and research institutions will be in Adelaide today to explore new ways of working together with their Australian counterparts.
South Australian teachers and students will continue to benefit from programs focusing on French language and intercultural learning following the renewal of an agreement between the State and French Embassy.
A second year review of progress against the State’s Economic Plan reveals that 10 of 73 objectives under the ten economic priorities have been reached well before the December 2017 deadline.
Ten non-government schools across South Australia will share in more than $38 million as part of the first round of the State Government low interest loans scheme aimed at preparing children for the jobs of tomorrow.
South Australian employers are experiencing the benefits of hiring international student graduates and interns through StudyAdelaide’s Employer Program.
Construction on Adelaide’s new $100 million city high school officially begins today and is expected to support approximately 210 jobs.
Every primary school in South Australia will have a minimum of one teacher with a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) specialisation by 2019.
A high-level delegation from The Netherlands is in South Australia and will look at opportunities in key sectors of growth for both regions, including agriculture and horticulture, as well as smart cities, water and logistics.
South Australia recently welcomed 30 delegates from its sister-state West Java to drive trade and investment opportunities.
The State Government is doubling its commitment to the successful Regional Youth Traineeship Program to help young people living in the regions to enter the workforce.