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News now published on the NESA website
The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) replaced the Board of Studies, Teaching and Education Standards (BOSTES) on 1 January 2017.
News from NESA, including Official Notices, is now published on the new NESA website: educationstandards.nsw.edu.au.
NESA has an increased focus on:
- developing evidence-based policy to improve student achievement and support teachers
- risk-based monitoring of Teacher Accreditation Authorities and schools.
NESA continues to set and monitor quality teaching, learning, assessment and school standards. This includes responsibility, across NSW public, Catholic and independent schools, for:
- Kindergarten to Year 12 curriculum
- accreditation of teachers and teaching degrees
- the internationally recognised HSC
- school registration and home schooling.
- the NESA story and what has changed and what hasn’t
- about the Board members
- current job vacancies.
- Introduction This submission is made by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW (‘the BOSTES’). The BOSTES administers the provisions of the NSW Education Act 1990(‘the Education Act’) for home schooling registration.
- The NSW teacher accreditation system is implemented by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA, formerly known as BOSTES). As an accredited teacher you have a relationship with NESA as your accrediting authority. The NESA website provides a wide range of information on accreditation. NESA Teacher Accreditation; Teacher Accreditation.