Evidence is beginning to show a clear link between diet quality, nutritional deficiencies and mental health.

They may not own their own computers, but learning computer programming may help many Cambodian children find their way to productive future careers.

The UN is calling on global governments to reverse the decline in physical education (PE) investment worldwide.

Figures show around half of new Australian teachers leave the job after just five years, and the Victorian Government says it wants change.

New research suggests ravens might be haters.

Education Minister Christopher Pyne has signalled that he may negotiate with the Opposition on uni fee deregulation, and claims to have the backing of the man behind HECS.

Australia’s top national science agencies say looming climate change will hit the nation hard, and the chance to do anything about it is slipping away.

An international study has found that girls outperform boys in educational achievement worldwide.

Researchers have found five genetic variants that could play a big role in brain development, educational and psychiatric conditions.

The Northern Territory Government will have to spend an extra $23 million to help schools transition to a new funding model.

The Barngarla people have been granted a native title claim that covers about two thirds of South Australia's Eyre Peninsula.

The legal and academic communities have backed Australian Human Rights Commission President Gillian Triggs, as she faces criticism from the Australian Government.

Maths. Robots. The Internet. If you are still reading, QUT’s newest online course may be right up your cyborg alley.

One of Australia’s major banks will employ at least 400 indigenous Australians in a big hiring push over the next few years.

On a casual night in the lab, an Australian PhD student has picked up a flash of radio waves from a few billion years ago.

A Melbourne school has won a global award for its broad range of renewable energy measures.

News Corp reports say that Abbott Government may sacrifice up to $2 billion in budget savings - scrapping proposed cuts to gain support for university deregulation.

A rise in cases has lead the Victorian government bring back free whooping cough vaccines for expectant mothers and parents of newborns.

A new study shows that at even the highest echelons of academia, baseless assumptions are keeping women from being adequately represented.

Education professionals are renewing the call for creativity to be valued the same as more traditional academic skills.

More than 95 per cent of staff in schools have experienced some form of workplace bullying, according to research in a publication launched this week.

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