Aggressive parenting and teaching is turning children into schoolyard bullies, a parenting researcher will warn a national bullying conference on Thursday.
Racism in Sydney schools is leaving many students feeling helpless and doubting their abilities, research presented at a national education conference on Monday found.
Monash University students Jarrel Seah and Jennifer Tang are gaining global recognition for their Eyenaemia mobile phone app, which gives users an anaemia risk assessment within minutes based on a self-taken photograph of their lower eyelid.
Australian universities are enrolling too many domestic students who should opt for vocational education and training instead, one of the nation’s leading business figures says.
Missing just one day of school has negative consequences for a student’s academic achievement, the first major study linking poor attendance to lower NAPLAN results has found.
The move to online NAPLAN testing will be delayed and could still be several years away despite the federal education minister Christopher Pyne's push to have all students sitting the exams via the web no later than 2016.
The federal government is expected to ditch one of its most controversial budget measures - the plan to apply real interest rates to student debts - following advice from the architect of the HECS repayment scheme that it is unfair to poor graduates.
The federal government’s decision to abandon the Gonski funding model was a huge blow to students with autism, many of whom already find school extremely challenging, academics speaking at a major conference in Sydney have said.
Melbourne University has removed a perceived criticism of the controversial Teach for Australia program from its submission to the federal inquiry into teacher education.
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