Drats, students from Tkkm O Te Ara Rima, New Zealand, have beaten hundreds of thousands of other students across Australia and New Zealand, to come first place in the annual Matific Games. Read More
Over seven million visitors last year confirmed the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum's popularity and increasingly you don't have to visit the states to see it as its attractions are being digitised. Read More
A 32-year-long Australian study reveals steep decline in student belief that God created humans as Australian university students give far more credit to the science of human evolution and far less to creationism. Read More
Peel WA is a rural and mining area whose major city is Mandurah, it also suffers from a pretty low transfer rate from high school to university which a new program from the University of WA is looking to address. Read More
We all need someone to talk to sometimes and failing the availability of a friend or family member What's right – Thrive is always there for you.
Some 11,000 public-school supporters signed an open letter to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull criticising his government’s cutting $1.9 billion in funding for public schools in 2018 and 2019. Read More
Some 92% of parents believe that their children are getting enough calcium, vitamin D and exercise but most are mistaken; only one-third of children consume the recommended daily serves of dairy foods. Read More
If girls aren’t supposed to be into tech someone failed to inform the 2000 plus who attended Go Girl, Go For IT, a record number.
Like it or not your background has a strong, very strong, bearing on how your education and life will pan out and the UK’s Education Endowment Foundation has been doing its honest best to level out the playing field. Read More
Knowing what students want and finding a way to give it to them is the only way progressive schools and universities will succeed in a highly competitive education market. Read More
It's become a tradition at Trinity Grammar and Scott Morrison recently became the fifth sitting Treasurer to answer some tough questions from the school’s economists since the first Q&A in 1983. Read More
A bit of noise and chaos should be tolerated in class if not encouraged to promote better concentration and, oddly, conduct says a US training program which has been vindicated by recent research. Read More