Brokers who recruit students unlikely to be able to complete vocational courses will soon find themselves out of a job.
Henry Belot Australia's peak engineering group has raised concerns about a seemingly entrenched gender imbalance and a decline in year 12 students studying science and mathematics.
Eryk Bagshaw The economy will be $72 billion worse off if one key education outcome isn't improved, says new report.
Eryk Bagshaw Closed book exams and on-the-spot question-and-answer sessions are on the way back as universities crack down on cheats.
Eryk Bagshaw As many as 2000 students at TAFE's Sydney Institute have not been enrolled halfway through semester because of continuous problems with the NSW government's $500 million bungled IT system.
Eryk Bagshaw Political correspondent Diya Mehta, 14, has conducted exclusive interviews with the Prime Minister and the Labor and Greens leaders.
Eryk Bagshaw and James Robertson NSW schools face a funding shortfall of at least $11 billion over the next 15 years, documents from the Department of Education reveal.
Eryk Bagshaw A survey of 1400 students has found just how little some workers are being paid.
SCHOOLS across regional Australia have until April 29 to register for the national Tech Girls Are Superheroes Competition.
Eryk Bagshaw Elderly couple who own many decaying buildings across the CBD are sharing their wealth.
National late-season records may tumble as the endless summer rolls deep into autumn.
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