Reports claim a schism has formed in the group representing New South Wales public school parents.

Technology has been revealed as the enabler of a mass-cheating scandal at Adelaide University.

The body representing Australian primary school principals has put the call out for simplification of the junior curriculum, hoping to boost literacy and numeracy from their concerning lows.

Days are numbered for the poorly timed still-frame slideshows that dominate business meetings worldwide, with researchers working on the next generation of data presentation.

Researchers have discovered the way some creatures survived the last ice age, huddled close to the nourishing warmth of volcanoes.

The latest Times Higher Education index has moved its top five Australian universities down a few spots, sending some authorities into an explanation-finding spree.

A recent study has suggested classroom programs aimed at teaching kids better social and emotional skills may have a positive effect on the more traditional academic areas too.

The Victorian Education minister has defended the state of regional tertiary education, which has been described as the backbone of rural centres.

Strike action will hit Northern Territory schools today, but the Education Department says most will remain open.

The National Tertiary Education Union wants James Cook University (JCU) to put its financial cards on the table for staff considering redundancy offers.

The MySchool website was updated this week, and has already been criticised by the New South Wales Education Minister.

The marine biologist’s equivalent of annual fireworks have gone on show in northern seas, with researchers flocking to see this year’s coral spawning at Heron Island.

A massive metabolic study has shown counting calories is not the secret to a longer life, but balancing protein and carbohydrates just might be.

New research has revealed the evolutionary links between some Australian birds and the flowers they pollinate, showing some plants change their colour to suit birds’ taste, and may even try to communicate directly to them.

A new website will provide an avenue for insiders to blow the whistle on crimes against nature.

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