Archived News for Education Sector Professionals - November, 2016
HIV notification rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are now more than double ...
Award for moving vaccines forward
One Queensland researcher could deal a big blow to the 160-year-old needle and syringe.
Direct method moving out of Aurukun
A troubled school in the Queensland community of Aurukun will not be saved by ‘direct instruction’.
Fears for SA's middle grounds
Enrolments are growing at the extreme ends of South Australia’s school sizes.
Painted dish for high-tech link
Indigenous artwork has been painted on one of Australia’s most important new satellite antennas.
Union plots high rate of assault
Around one-quarter of public school teachers have reported being assaulted by a student this year.
CSIRO sweeps near neighbours
The first reports are in from Australia’s search for life in outer space.
Study plots ancient DNA disappearance
It is well known that modern humans interbred with Neanderthals, but ...
Alarm sounded on local brain drain
Scientists say our “innovation nation” could be turning into a wasteland.
Late HSC concerns raised
NSW teachers have called for a re-write of new HSC syllabuses, which they say are “confusing” and contain “serious blunders”.
NT class funding link slammed
The education union says linking school attendance to funding has been disastrous for the Northern Territory.
SA caves reveal ancient secrets
A new study pushes back the history of Aboriginal invention by 10,000 years ...
PC calls for personal data-mining
People should have the legal right to mine their own data, says ...
Experts search for sweetened studies
A new review has found hints of the food industry’s influence on research.