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Schools are facing accelerated COVID-19 pressures to integrate technology into children’s education, and how they do has far-reaching implications. (Shutterstock)

Machines can’t ‘personalize’ education, only people can

Insights of neuroscientist Ian McGilchrist, philosopher Nel Noddings and physicist Ursula Franklin help centre students and our collective future in debates about education and technology.
Mental illnesses are usually a function of systemic factors on an individual, but Bell’s national awareness campaign doesn’t focus on that. (Shutterstock)

Bell, let’s talk about #colonialism, #racism and #ableism

The annual Bell Let's Talk campaign is shaping national conversations on mental health. But the campaign materials focus on individuals rather than the role of systemic oppression.
School food programs can also serve children’s critical social and emotional needs. (Shutterstock)

Care is the secret ingredient in school lunch programs

School food programs should be key elements of governments' COVID-19 responses. In planning these, the relationships that are part of providing food matter.
If family members are in a nursing home, it’s difficult to know if they’re getting the care they need. Here are some ways to find out. Nancy Beijersbergen/from www.shutterstock.com

How to check if your mum or dad’s nursing home is up to scratch

If you've read the headlines about poor standards in Australia's nursing homes, it's only natural to be concerned about your own family or friends in residential aged care.
Scott Morrison talked about first home buyers during the election campaign, but had little to say about social housing. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Is this a housing system that cares? That’s the question for Australians and their new government

The Morrison government, having added a housing minister to its ranks, needs to recognise housing as having more than just economic value. Its impact on our ability to give and receive care is critical.
Yoga, meditation and breathing exercises can help students manage exam anxiety. www.shutterstock.com

How to beat exam stress

The exam period can be a stressful time for students. Here are a few strategies to help students cope.

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