Reports on a sexual violence educational program in Kenya suggest attitudes can be changed.

Former prime minister Julia Gillard has spoken about her work since leaving Australia’s top job, describing it as “a different kind of busy”.

Gina Rinehart's company Roy Hill is funding a charity to provide training, education and cultural benefits in Western Australia's Pilbara region.

In the war between Attorney-General George Brandis, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton and Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs, it is difficult to know who should explain themselves.

A new study says the first backboned animals to step out of water and walk on dry land were from Australia.

Smartboards are becoming universal in modern classrooms, much to the curmudgeon’s dismay, and an important research project has taken a look at whether or not the high-tech teaching tool actually helps.

The merger of some of Australia’s finest minds could see close to 200 of them unemployed.

The Victorian Government has put up $15 million to get the ball rolling on a $350 million specialised heart hospital at Monash University.

Hedge fund billionaire John Paulson has donated $US400 million ($AU520 million) to Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the largest gift in the school’s history.

High-tech brain scans have shown that learning phonics works.

A new study adds to the growing pile of evidence that ‘helicopter parenting’ is not useful.

Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has announced the membership of the Coordinating Council for International Education.

Victoria’s Education Department has imposed new restrictions on overseas and interstate travel for principals.

Western Australia has signed up to the Australian Government’s Independent Public Schools initiative.

WikiLeaks has released more information on Australia’s secret trade dealings.

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