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Online short course to help teachers displaced by COVID-19

Avondale's Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies has been heavily discounted as part of the Australian Government's Higher Education Relief Package.

Working overtime: A group that’s kept our nation going

While you've been working from bed, teachers and school administrators have been working harder than ever before. Together, we say thank you.

Adventist schools get creative during COVID-19

Students and staff from Adventist schools across Australia and New Zealand have worked hard to adapt and create initiatives that nurture healthy school communities during this time.

Pacific representatives take part in first EGW training intensive

The training program is designed to help those who teach about Ellen White to be more effective in communicating with their students.

Calm in the crisis: Avondale’s response to the coronavirus

University college begins transition to online-only delivery.

Sharing Jesus in learning spaces

Editors of new book extend understanding of the integration of faith and learning.

MOTO heads to South Pacific, reaches milestone

A service learning initiative offering teacher education students at Avondale professional experience in another culture chalked up its 21st trip in February. And, for the first time, a Pacific island country was the destination.

The fifth generation: Graduate follows in family’s significant footsteps

Orrani Fatnowna, whose connection with Avondale now spans five generations, joined 242 of her classmates as a graduate of the university college on Sunday (December 8).

Solomons school’s desperate water need

Students and staff at Jones Adventist Academy need our help.

Tonga Adventists host World Teachers’ Day celebrations

For the first time the Seventh-day Adventist education system in Tonga was given the honour to host local celebrations to mark World Teachers' Day.
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