The plan involves establishing two educational tracks for students to take.
England's apprenticeship levy will require employers with a payroll of over £3 million (A$5.2 million) to spend 0.5% of that on approved apprenticeships.
If behavioural sleep problems persist beyond infancy, there could be implications for children’s emotional and attentional development longer term.
Plagiarism in public life is an ugly slight upon the intelligence and the trust of an audience.
Australia will face stiff competition from other countries, such as the US and UK, so it must have a clear strategy for how to deepen its engagement with India’s higher education sector.
Research and development investment remains stagnant in Australia. It's time for a new, long-term strategy for research.
Focusing on progress – not just achievement – and investing in improving teaching practice will help to lift slipping standards in Australian schools.
Demand for research grants has far exceeded supply, with success rates for grant applications falling to record lows.
In five years' time, India will have the largest tertiary-age population in the world. But supply is unlikely to be able to meet demand. This provides a good opportunity for Australia.
Home-schooled children appear to do neither worse nor better than those who attend regular school, so why is there an increasing number of parents who are opting for their child to be educated at home?
New research has questioned the nature of humans' impressive capacity to imitate.
Africa's universities must avoid collaborative programmes with the North that become mere tick-box exercises that only benefit Northern researchers and organisations.
The lesson to be learned from Aurukun is around the impact of out-sourcing education to commercial interests.
Practice is important for talent. But, is that all it takes to become an expert?
A number of high-profile cases in which academics have fabricated their data points to a much larger problem around scholarly misconduct.
UK schools introduced citizenship education in 2002, but early gains have been reversed. The state of democracy and the Brexit vote suggest the need for informed citizens has never been greater.