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Why we’re striking from ...

Oct 31, 2018 by

By Harriet O’Shea Carre & Milou Albrecht – It seems ridiculous that children have got to the point where they realise that...

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Why some NSW students are a fu...

Oct 24, 2018 by

By Peter Goss – Australia focuses heavily on school students’ achievement at a point in time. But the sad reality is that...

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Australia, we need to stem the...

Oct 19, 2018 by

By Greg Callaghan – Here’s an irony to ponder. Why is it that we have world-renowned physicists such as Michio Kaku and...

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A hands-on science lab has ope...

Oct 1, 2018 by

By Lucy Stone – The most important word for Queensland Museum’s new $9.4 million science centre, SparkLab, is...

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Fine universities if they won&...

Sep 21, 2018 by

By Tom Switzer – In 1932, a student group at the University of Chicago invited the US Communist Party presidential candidate to...

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Teacher faces deregistration a...

Sep 13, 2018 by

By Henrietta Cook – A Melbourne teacher accused of sending 1650 Facebook messages to a student, including an article about...

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Why Scott Morrison sends his d...

Sep 3, 2018 by

By Pallavi Singhal – Prime Minister Scott Morrison says a public school program aimed at reducing rates of sexual assault and...

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How to halt the fall in HSC ST...

Aug 24, 2018 by

The fall in enrolments in high-level maths, science and technology courses for the HSC may be because students are deciding the...

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‘Like a jail sentence...

Aug 16, 2018 by

By Sherryn Groch – A Canberra student with high needs who wasn’t allowed to go to school for more than four months is now...

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Why failure helps gifted child...

Aug 11, 2018 by

The understanding of what constitutes a gifted child has experienced a subtle though significant transformation since my first...

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‘How can they do this to...

Aug 6, 2018 by

Fifteen classrooms, 17 toilets, three urinals, 32 rubbish bins, 12 drinking fountains and 40 windows. That’s what Lisa Berryman is...

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Five ingredients for recreatin...

Jul 18, 2018 by

By Madonna King – Everyone has a story about a family’s ingenious ways to enrol a child at Brisbane State High School. There...

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The dying art of dissection

Jul 1, 2018 by

By Krati Garg – The stench of formalin and a cold steel table carrying a draped human body. Medical students rarely forget...

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Education: Pre-school programs...

Jun 29, 2018 by

By Jordan Baker – Childcare is important to Albie Nesbitt, and not only because it’s a chance to play chasing games with...

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What doors would a ‘West...

Jun 17, 2018 by

By Richard Denniss – It’s not that long ago that right wing politicians saw arts degrees as an expensive indulgence that...

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Mixed results for WA unis in s...

May 17, 2018 by

By David Allan-Petale – Western Australia’s oldest university has received the lowest overall satisfaction score from...

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‘Consultation is a form ...

May 13, 2018 by

By Maani Truu – The head of the union representing NSW public school teachers has hit back at the state government’s...

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Our brightest kids are being l...

May 8, 2018 by

By Cynthia Fenton – Last week Gonski 2.0 promised to overhaul Australian kids’ learning, again. This week it’s all...

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The real cost of attending a M...

Apr 29, 2018 by

By Henrietta Cook – Melbourne’s most advantaged state schools are reaping four times the money from parent levies than their...

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From Wee Waa, with heart, to d...

Apr 22, 2018 by

By Helen Pitt – When the Wee Waa “Bush Bots” won the wildcard entry to the world’s most prestigious high school robotics...

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