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Machines don't care about making society flourish, but teachers do.
NEW DELHI -- Over 300 girl students were hospitalised today after toxic fumes spread due to chemical leakage at a container depot near two schools in southeast Delhi's Tughlakabad area. The students o...
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Accurate sex education is a basic human right.
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Cutting school funding is a bad place to start.
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These kids just want help.
The phone calls could originate from overseas.
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A teacher was so astounded by a pupil's approach to a maths problem, they felt compelled to share it on Reddit. While not the answer the teacher was expecting, the child did display a skill for thinki...
The funding is like manna from heaven.
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One student was at a school carnival when pricked by a needle.
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When I went to a state school, I didn't derail my education, cut class or get high behind the toilet block. My classmates didn't deal drugs out of their lockers or vandalise the desks. Sure, there were a few kids who were wild, but you'll find those in any school -- the private kids just wear fancier uniforms, drive nicer cars and take more expensive drugs.
Children's reading habits are declining and, for once, it's not only technology to blame. Parents and schools are being urged to create 'reading communities' and allow children to choose their own boo...
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has reaffirmed his government's commitment to LGBTI education program Safe Schools Coalition, as doubts linger over the framework's future at a federal level. After a...
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged a proposal for the Federal Government to transfer responsibility for funding public state schools to the states themselves, while continuing to fund private...
As a bisexual student with many gender diverse and sexually diverse friends, I am listening to this debate and wondering: have any of the politicians who are so adamant about what is best for students actually asked us?