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July 16, 2014

Parents can help teenagers with anxiety and depression

By Carolyn Aston Re: ‘Teenagers more anxious and depressed’, by Amy Corderoy, published in The Age, July 10, 2014 Amy Corderoy’s article about the rise in […]
June 13, 2014

CASSE PSP Parent Night

One of the key features of CASSE’s Peaceful Schools Program (PSP) is parental engagement. As well as facilitating sessions for teachers and students, CASSE conducts sessions […]
June 12, 2014

CASSE Peaceful Schools Program

The CASSE Peaceful Schools Team is looking forward to presenting at two important forthcoming conferences. Carolyn Aston, Director of CASSE’s Peaceful Schools Program, will be presenting […]
May 27, 2014

Gaming for good

Developing computer games with a sense of altruism CASSE’s student-driven Peaceful Schools Program (PSP) is working with Deakin University Information Technology students to develop a new computer game […]

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