The NSW government has sold a historic Sydney property to one of Sydney's most expensive private schools, despite public school enrolments surging in the area over the past four years.
Karen Hardy The ACT has come out ahead in the latest international maths and science rankings but there are problems for Australia.
Karen Hardy More than 2700 students graduated from Year 10 this year and will enter the college system full of aspirations.
Karen Hardy It's the poisoned chalice no one wants to drink from. Sixteen months later and the ANU is still looking for a permanent head for the School of Music.
Karen Hardy How do you capture the inquisitiveness of four-year-olds and transfer that to the workplace? And what will the workplace of 2030 even look like? A University of Canberra project is hoping to bridge the gap.
Eryk Bagshaw NSW will face an influx of lessqualified teachers from other states, the state government has warned, unless national minimum standards are adopted to prevent students from flooding into university degrees.
Eryk Bagshaw A convicted family day-care fraud who stole $3.6 million from taxpayers through her Aussie Giggles day care centre has allegedly been receiving Centrelink study payments for Indigenous students despite not being Indigenous, the NSW District Court has heard.
Eryk Bagshaw, Timna Jacks Universities have slammed a series of the Turnbull government's fee-deregulation proposals in a series of submission released by the Federal Department of Education on Thursday.
Eryk Bagshaw A 28-year-old woman has been found guilty of fraud after she forged children's attendance records at her Aussie Giggles family day care centre to rake in more than $3.6 million in taxpayer funding.
Kelsey Munro A five-minute reading "check" for first-graders that includes made-up words like "beff" and "shup" that has dramatically improved early literacy rates in the UK is set to be adopted in Australia.
Sydney, the Illawarra and much of the state's north will have a very high fire danger on Friday, ...