Archived News for Education Sector Professionals
ACCC seeks hidden ads
The competition regulator is hunting misleading testimonials and endorsements by social media influencers.
Gillard opens school probe
Former prime minister Julia Gillard is opening the public hearings for a Royal Commission into Early Childhood Education and Care.
Union urges funding fix
The Australian Education Union is urging the Federal Government to change a “failed” school funding model.
Youth vote follows views
A new study suggests millennials trust older generations when it comes to politics.
New deal to extend schools
Australia is preparing to sign a global treaty to ensure educational qualifications are recognised globally.
Defence seeks quantum edge
The Department of Defence wants new minds to work on quantum communication technologies.
Abuser loophole to close
The Federal Government says it will prevent convicted child sexual abusers from hiding their assets in superannuation.
Cultural boost hinted
Australia’s top cultural institutions should be looking forward to the federal budget due in May.
New ethics need for ancient DNA
Experts say that ethical ancient DNA research must involve descendant communities.
CIS seeks Voice context
A centre-right think-tank has put forth ideas for the Indigenous Voice to parliament.
Male teacher numbers stall
Several years of NSW Government effort appear not to have increased male teacher numbers.
NSW opens assault report site
New South Wales has launched an online reporting portal for sexual assault survivors.
Rights failings reported
Human Rights Watch says Australia's credibility is being undermined by its domestic record.
Voice vote funds demanded
Advocates say the Commonwealth must fund public campaign material for the referendum on an Indigenous voice to parliament.
WMO shows hot stats
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has confirmed the past 8 years have been the warmest on record globally.