Archived News for Education Sector Professionals - February, 2014
The Northern Territory Government is considering a move to independent public schools at some sites, seeking the same benefits as Queensland and Western Australia have claimed.
Students at Glasgow University in Scotland have picked an international fugitive as their representative, electing Edward Snowden as college rector.
For about a billion years of Earth’s history all life consisted of little more than a layer of slime, but then about 550 million years ago evolution burst back into action and provided it with the stunning array of species from which humans have evolved.
The latest edition of the journal Current Psychiatry has detailed a range of new emerging treatments for depression, moving care beyond common antidepressants such as Prozac and Zoloft.
Everyone needs sleep - without it we risk high cholesterol, obesity and depression - but new research shows missing sleep may do long-term damage to the brain as well.
Several factors have been blamed for an ongoing drop in the amount of New South Wales high school students signing up for top-level maths classes.