Children in classrooms – particularly in disadvantaged areas – are already feeling the very real effects of funding cuts.
We found that the key factors behind poor cognitive function were related to levels of education, being a woman, marital status and being poor.
Contrary to the belief that resource strained parents invest in academically stronger children, studies show that Ethiopian parents tend to invest more in the child with lower academic capabilities.
Scholars propose a new education system centred on human development to end hazing rituals in Indonesian universities.
When ideas are presented as topics to be debated, rather than as facts to be learnt, students and democracy benefit.
Although cynical about today's political leaders, the views of young South Africans are surprisingly similar to those of the mid-1990s.
Google's history of privacy violations is especially alarming when considering the company's reach extends into educational products.
There's no evidence that private schools produce better results than state schools for equivalent pupils.
Foreign universities can provide quality education while also opening avenues for global research. However, initiatives must be put in place to make sure they are accessible to all Indonesians.
Australia's university sector is one of the most attractive for international students. So why not try to keep them when they graduate rather than lose the talent we've helped train and educate?
A new report has found funding shortfalls are forcing schools to make difficult decisions about which pupils get support.
A science researcher's work gets twisted by a conservative news site; he considers this his wake-up call to educate as many students as possible about the importance of science to our world.
Many college students take math classes they've already taken in high school. Why does this happen? Is it a problem?
In Nordic and Latin American countries, education systems promote well-being and resilience. The UK still has a lot to learn.
Young people spend too much time sitting still. When they get a chance to move, it should not be stressful.
Play and learning are one and the same for Mbendjele children.
Scholars weigh in on what sex education should look like for Indonesian schools. To this day the subject does not have a formal curriculum.
Transforming knowledge and letting oneself be transformed by the knowledge of others requires slowness, almost an asceticism.
Children as young as eight or nine could be taught in a more adult, analytical way.
Indonesia can learn a lot from Singapore, often regarded as the most influential scientific powerhouse in Asia, on how they manage their research funds.