Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai waves as she arrives for an event with students at Tecnologico de Monterrey University in Mexico City, Mexico, August 31, 2017. REUTERS/ Edgard Garrido
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.
Lessons that are uncomfortable are not always bad, in fact learning itself is a dangerous act.