Education News

Graduates
Graduates' prospects improve
Australian graduates enjoy higher employment, better wages It's good to be a graduate with better employment prospects and higher wages than three years ago.
Lucy
Lucy
UN to discover what youth want The UN’s Australian Youth Representative will seek a better understanding of what young people want.
Rural student opportunities
Rural student opportunities
Scholarships matched with personalities for rural youth Guide publishes tons of scholarship opportunities available to rural students.
Virtual resources
Virtual resources
Virtual resources from The Jewish Holocaust Centre The Jewish Holocaust Centre has built a suite of virtual learning resources and customised virtual workshops which will bring its message to a wider audience.
Common
Common
Teachers lack training for dyslexic students Dyslexia is the most common learning difficulty, yet Australia fails to properly support those with the condition.
Treatment
Treatment
Young people with addictions need better programs The young react well to well-designed treatment programs so more need to be made available.
New way in
New way in
ANU rethinks admissions process Students' applications are not only assessed on their academic results, but also their extra-curricular achievements and personal circumstances.
Speak up
Speak up
Mission Australia urges young people to speak up in Youth Survey 2020 Mission Australia is urging young people aged 15-19 across Australia to participate in the Youth Survey 2020 before Friday 14 August close.  
Fast masters
Fast masters
ACER and CSU new post grad teaching partnership Charles Sturt and the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) have joined forces to offer ACER graduates fast-tracked entry into two of the University’s master’s degrees.
Rates too high
Rates too high
1 in 6 young people in Australia have been homeless There are persistent high rates of youth homelessness and the problem is made worse as homeless youth are more likely to be bullied and experience mental health problems.
Urban School
Urban School
RMIT Urban School emphasises diverse pathways Reducing the focus on ATAR scores and establishing a learner profile which is a broader measure of a student’s strengths and abilities will open pathways to higher education and work.
How now
How now
The School of Now gets a head start on remote Remote delivery of subjects to students in Western Sydney through the School of Now has proven timely, giving students advance exposure to learning leveraged with Zoom and the Canvas LMS.
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