NSW Education will be running a new lottery to allow students to enter into a new type of education.
Students can register their interest to take part in a “NCC Education” lottery from today, which is being run by NSW Education.NCC is a non-profit group dedicated to providing students with a better education through education technology.
Students will have the chance to earn $15,000 by working for a “school”, earning a Bachelor of Science degree or completing an internship at a NSW school.
The school must provide at least 20 hours of study per week.NCTE chief executive officer and chief executive of the NSW government, Stephen Mullan, said the state would work with industry to make sure that all eligible students receive a fair shot at earning a bachelor’s degree.
“The NSW Government will provide financial support to schools, and the NCC to help with the cost of any extra training that teachers provide,” Mr Mullan said.
“In return for the support, NSW Government businesses will have a small share of the NCEE revenue that is generated by this project.”
The lottery is one of a number of initiatives the state is looking at to ensure that students get the best education possible.
It is the first time a state lottery has been administered in the 21st century.
Mr Mullan described it as a “significant opportunity” to encourage students to take on a new role in the community.
“This is the only way for NSW students to get an education, to be able to earn a Bachelor’s degree or a Certificate of Learning,” he said.
Mr Nelson said the government would look at how it could use the NCAE to help educate students.
“We’ve got a strong track record of doing that.
We’ve given a number, we’ve got two and we’re very confident in that track record,” he told AM.
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