From virtual reality to motorised bicycle races, students and teachers from public schools across WA will show off the fun ways they are learning science, technology, engineering and maths.
A Statewide shortage of relief teachers is ‘the canary in the coal mine’ for schools, the teachers’ union has warned.
Christ Church Grammar School wants to use the sale of an old oval to pay back the cost of cleaning up a rubbish tip for more sports fields nearby.
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A new primary school will be built in East Perth ‘within this period of the current government’, according to Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas.
Australia's consumer watchdog has granted NSW and ACT universities permission to liaise on the return of international students under a NSW government plan.
Teachers at WA’s top-ranked school have demanded the release of the results of a survey into workplace culture conducted eight months ago.
Year 9 boys at an exclusive Perth school are being encouraged to break out of the ‘man box’ – beliefs constraining men to act a certain way – by dancing on stage in front of 700 people.
The NSW education budget has been given a $2 billion boost, with the funding to go towards building or upgrading 44 schools.
A shortage of senior school teachers in NSW could be alleviated with a plan to fast track professionals with expertise into classrooms within six months.
School leavers are being given a taste of what working in the defence sector is like through a new program designed to lure teenagers who are unsure whether it is the right career for them.
A new text message service from Edith Cowan University offering WA parents tips on how to help develop their kids’ love of reading is being hailed as an Australia-first literacy innovation.
A prestigious school in the Perth hills will pay a former student significant damages over the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of a former teacher.
The peak body for Australian universities has lauded the NSW government for its international student reintroduction plan, now being reviewed by Canberra.
People who have suffered or witnessed abuse at the boys’ school are being urged to come forward amid new allegations.
International students will return to NSW under a state government pilot plan, with 250 students to come to Sydney each fortnight from mid-year.
The University of WA has held its position among the top 10 institutions in Australia and within the top 100 globally on the latest world comparison measures.
The teachers’ union is demanding urgent access to COVID-19 vaccinations for school staff and have called on the Federal Government to set out a timetable for getting the job done.
Dozens of WA schools are still using the discredited ‘Reading Recovery’ early intervention program that has been dumped elsewhere, and despite the WA Education Department not promoting it for 15 years.
Parents across WA have been warned about the rise of e-cigarettes in schools in the wake of an elite Perth boys’ school taking the extraordinary step of installing vape detectors in its toilets.
Some Melbourne teachers hold concerns about their impending return to VCE classrooms despite many still having no opportunity to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
Growing tensions Washington and Beijing have the world worried but Australia’s top diplomat in the United States sees an opportunity
Foreign countries are spying on international students in Australia, as universities become a battleground for espionage.
Maths experts from across Australia have put their names to an open letter warning changes to the nation’s curriculum aimed at improving kids’ results will actually make them worse.
A respectful relationships panel of more than 20 organisations will develop new resources for schools after consent videos went viral for all the wrong reasons.
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