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?
Populism is on the rise in countries where inequality has been fairly stable over time, as well as countries where inequality has grown.
High levels of inequality damage our health, harm social cohesion and act as a brake on economic performance.
There are many reasons to be skeptical about PISA rankings, and their use to compare student achievement or to identify best practices or solutions for educational problems.
Research shows that the provinces vary widely in their ability to produce academic results for money they spend, and PEI shows the most efficient results.
While the purpose of education can't be reduced to promoting economic growth, every child out of school represents both lost opportunities — and huge economic costs — for countries.
The stakes could be highest for students around the world as education systems decide how to respond to the changing shape of global standardized testing.
Until recently, paying a bribe or kickback to secure a contract abroad was seen as the cost of doing business in a foreign land. The SNC-Lavalin case has underscored the need to rethink the approach.
Brexit has stimulated the debate about the net economic benefits of EU membership. New findings show these are not clearly positive.
Australia's government insists it is on track to surpass its emissions reduction commitments under the Paris Agreement. But while that may be true, it will only happen with some clever accounting.
Culturally-responsive student assessment and evaluation is key to student success in diverse, globalized societies.
Reports that Australian classrooms are some of the most disruptive in the world are based on the experiences of 15-year-old students alone, and focus on science classes.
On one measure our company tax rate is the third-highest, but we like it that way because it allows us to give big tax refunds to local shareholders, many of them retirees.
The Siemens scandal needs to be remembered because it's emblematic of what needs to be done to stop corruption.
Girls are encouraged more often to read, despite performing better in reading assessments nationally and internationally. Here's how parents and educators can help connect boys with books.
Australian tertiary education policy and funding debates are better served by domestic data.
When students feel accepted and respected by their teachers and peers, they will actively engage in academic and non-academic activities.
Australian students, on average, reported a poorer sense of belonging at school than the OECD average. But issues with sense of belonging aren't distributed evenly across the population.
First and second-generation immigrants perform well in many Canadian provinces that take an "accommodation" approach.
There is a growing trend in education towards using personality test data to predict a country's social and economic progress.