An innovative mentoring program is boosting school completion rates among Indigenous students.

More than double the number of enrolments has led t a big expansion of kindergarten ethics classes in New South Wales.

Next week marks the start of the football World Cup many have been waiting for.

The first ever WorldSkills Water Innovation Challenge has mixed technophile and tradie to produce sanitation solutions for the world’s poorest regions.

Teams across the country will be working furiously on their entries for the G20 water challenge.

Australia’s biodiversity is a part of its national identity, and a new book from CSIRO details an incredible range of ways to keep it safe.

An energy-saving app has been built from datasets released for GovHack – a national programming competition.

School staff want WA’s school fee system changed, saying voluntary charges mean schools in poorer areas miss out.

‘A wall to bring people together’ sound likes a strange concept, but that is exactly what the developers of a new interactive display surface hope to achieve.

Student protestors continue to harangue the Foreign Minister over cuts and changes to higher education.

No matter the language or socio-economic class, a new study shows memory is the key to learning.

The Federal Government has pressed on with its truancy program in the Northern Territory, but criticism continues too for the scheme that suspends welfare payments for parents of non-attending children.

Some primary school students will continue getting a real-world lesson in market economics with a grocery store in their school hall.

Clearly, young children learn a lot from their older siblings, but new research has revealed some of the ways that sibling-teachers ply their pedagogy.

Budget cuts to universities were inevitable and deregulation will enable the sector to deal with the fallout, one vice-chancellor says.

A Korean research team has demonstrated some of the incredible education opportunities provided by 3D-printed learning aids.

$22 million will be used to spread the Direct Instruction method of teaching in remote areas of Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia.

The Federal Government has made a modest investment in the future of Australian farming.

Data from the Western Australian Education Department has shown a spike in the number of public school students suspended for assaulting or intimidating school staff.

The Federal Education Minister has officially opened Queensland’s first dual sector university.

The Federal Government will not reveal the identities of ‘subject matter experts’ engaged in the review of Australia's national curriculum.

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