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PaCE computer course helps parents communicate

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Toowoomba mother of three Tracey McGrady is more confident helping her son Jamahl, 12, with his homework and assignments these days after completing a Digital Literacy course.

Hosted by the education engagement project, PaCE Toowoomba, the four-day course went through the basics of computer use as well as more advanced research...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:46

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Cherbourg girls show the way in footy

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Young girls showed they were the equal of boys when they trialled for the South Burnett Rugby League team last month.

More than 25 travelled to trial for the Wide Bay girls' side at Hervey Bay last week. Three Cherbourg State School girls Josephine Fisher, 12, Renata Smith, 12...

 

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