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A teacher decided to invite a group of her pupils, who have special educational needs, to her wedding, as she knew the day
McKenna Clark left her criminal justice assignment to the last minute and - after a drunken night out - realised she desperately
We don’t know the extent of this issue and whether the existing programs at universities are effective. But we are going to find out.
I am a teacher because I have experienced first hand the role education can have in lifting young people out of a cycle of disadvantage. I am a teacher because my own teachers showed me the enormous impact that these professionals can have on the course of someone's life. I am a teacher because I can see myself in my students.
This student's night was a real pain in the backside.
It's almost like everyone is ignoring the massive elephant in the room: no strategy works if any of the kids are having a shit day. Or a shit life.
For up to 1 million students heading back to uni, a year of questionable finances loom as they balance rising rent prices
Ah, the life of a student. American movies often portray it as a lifestyle of parties, endless summers and the chance to
A pledge to get 10,000 children coding in Australian schools by December 2016 has become the ambitious New Year's Resolution