The Labor opposition has raised concerns about the monitoring of violent or radicalised students who will be removed from school, under the NSW government's proposed changes to suspension policies.
Pallavi Singhal The first HSC exam is not the most nerve-racking thing scheduled on Monday for Remy Siemsen.
Julie Power When Sharna Clemmett got into law, after many years of full-time work, she felt like she "was a bit of a fraud."
Alexandra Smith A leading US education academic has warned that it would be "extremely foolish" and even damaging to student learning if NAPLAN writing tests were marked by computers next year, as education ministers across Australia back a move to online marking.
Felicity Caldwell Educators have linked the behaviour to sexual assaults at Queensland schools, before an inquiry into sex education.
Peter Martin Every Australian would receive a "lifelong skills account" to spend as they wished on university or technical education under a new proposal from the Business Council of Australia.
Pallavi Singhal Every Wednesday afternoon in term 3, all students at Malabar Public School put away their textbooks and gather in their classrooms to talk about everything from beauty and fear to terrorism and other global issues.
Pallavi Singhal Students are offering other students up to $10,000 for a place in post-graduate law classes at UNSW, amid complaints that courses frequently fill up within a minute after online enrolments open.
Pallavi Singhal The coordinator of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) has linked Australia's steady decline in all three test areas of maths, reading and science to the country's "tolerance of failure" in schools..
Pallavi Singhal A handful of Sydney students spoke to NASA's acting administrator Robert Lightfoot and CSIRO's chief executive Larry Marshall about the possibilities for Australian students following this week's announcement that the country will establish a domestic space agency.