One of the points of education is eventually finding gainful employment and the process should begin in high school. Victoria’s government has recognised that. Read More
You would think that Canberra’s population of politicians and government workers would translate into a high achieving school system but it hasn’t.
The Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Expert Program is a big deal; it recognises educators globally who have used technology to realise better student outcomes. Read More
The Federal Member for Wannon Dan Tehan has been appointed Minister for Education and Training as part of a Cabinet reshuffle announced on Sunday by new Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Read More
He hasn't been in the job two days but new Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan is fielding criticism regarding NAPLAN with the AEU declaring the 2018 results fatally flawed. Read More
Democracy is easily taken for granted but sorely missed if it is taken away and some new resources for Years 7 to 10 explore the nature and origins of our democratic freedoms. Read More
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