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Malala can wear whatever she wants.
The plan will reform school safety
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Teachers have already reported a mark improvement in students' motivation and interest in their fitness.
The women's education activist shared a snapshot of her first day on Twitter.
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Homework Club is a Melbourne community initiative for children from non-English speaking and disadvantaged backgrounds.
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In light of Nathan Whitmore’s lawsuit, it is worth examining what should be in your child's school bullying policies.
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If we push children into formal literacy too early, we risk extinguishing the wonder and excitement of books.
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She may soon have one of the UN's most prestigious podiums at her disposal to affirm Australia's commitment to helping with the education crisis.
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A little stress goes a long way.
Instead, believe in our teachers and concentrate on what IS working.
We need to focus on developing cognitive skills and creativity to future-proof our kids.
NSW should consider selective primary schools for its most gifted students and give them the same early intervention as students with special needs, according to a leading academic in gifted education...
It's a big decision to carry on young shoulders.
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If you're struggling to get your child to read, you might want to take a look at this list of 70 books that kids love, as voted for by children themselves. Literacy charities celebrated the Duchess of...
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It's not just school-leavers; a woman in her thirties might think twice about part-time study given the debt she would be taking on.
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Lessons that are uncomfortable are not always bad, in fact learning itself is a dangerous act.
See what happens when you put a massive sticky Post-It note on their desks.
Kynan Wykes, 10, and his year 4 class thought they were starting a normal school day when a nun walked into the classroom at 9.30am on Tuesday, holding a letter that she said came from the Prime Minis...
The Greens have temporarily excluded Rhiannon from party negotiations.
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Senator Lee Rhiannon could be in a lot of trouble.
She says Labor and The Greens have used her for 'political point-scoring'.
The One Nation leader wants disabled students separated from the mainstream.
Ten crossbench votes appear to have been secured, but this is not over yet.
A Liberal Senator is making a big statement on his way out.
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The coalition is standing by its education overhaul.
The Senate crossbench has been given a range of possible compromises on the Coalition's school funding overhaul, as the Government fights to clinch a deal before Parliament rises next week. Education...
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The numbers are in and it doesn't look good.
We need to let go of the fear that our child will fall behind with an occasional day off here and there.
The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience is going global.
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Machines don't care about making society flourish, but teachers do.
Universities were created in a period of time when access to information was virtually non-existent.