Federal and state governments have launched a $10 million advertising campaign to encourage more people to consider a teaching career.
NAPLAN results alarmingly show almost one in three Australian children don’t meet the expected standard in Year 3.
Australian university applicants are sticking to their preferred fields of study, despite dramatic changes to student fees in 2021.
After more than 700 submissions and evidence from 79 witnesses at three public hearings, the senate inquiry into ADHD diagnosis and treatment barriers has delivered its findings.
New analysis finds if Australian universities were treated like Australian schools, they would gain 11% in funding per year.
New research shows how collaboration between teachers is linked to greater job satisfaction.
Many parents find themselves grappling with an avalanche of sugary treats at Halloween.
Researchers are watching Australians’ knowledge of Indonesian language and culture slowly die of neglect.
University enrolments, research output and revenue tripled or more in the three decades to 2019. This growth brought benefits as well as problems.
New research finds 83% of surveyed Australian parents say it is important their children see Australian-made programs.
A major higher education review is suggesting Australia puts a levy on international student fees.
Family and friends were the top news sources for children and teens. But young people are also regularly getting news from social media.
There is growing evidence suggesting difficulties with reading and mental health may be related in some children.
The $12.6 billion agreement promises a new era of cooperation between governments, the vocational education and training sector, business and the community.
Here are six books from Australian writers and illustrators that can help parents and carers look at issues related to climate change with children from preschool to late primary years.
You do not have to be perfect in order to do a good job of raising a child. In fact, it may be better if you are not.
Many of incidents resulting in suspension are rooted in emotional overwhelm.
In new research, we spoke to parents who have children at special schools. They told us they value the individual support and smaller classrooms.
A new study tracks the number of history academics and history students in Australia. The results are alarming.
For over 100 years, the Victorian school curriculum has failed to give generations of students the chance to learn about Indigenous political movements.