Education
Why Australian journalists are at war with their audience

Australia’s media is back-snapped broken — but don’t expect the most concentrated media ...  
New technology promises to improve access and quality of education

As we embark on the technological revolution journey, it's clear that technology plays a signif ...  
Student visas: Little more than unsponsored work permits

Current high approval rates for offshore VET sector student applications from Nepal could raise ...  
United Australia Party's promise to wipe student debt is a con

Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party wants to wipe all student debt. That "seems" awfully l ...  
Nepal emerges as Australia's leading source for overseas students

A recent spike in student applications from Nepal comes with a risk of students being left in ...  
Teachers stalk students in 'sex for grades' swap

There is a desperate need for women and girls in Mozambique to realise their rights — teachers ...  
Perrottet ignores school COVID safety

The Perrottet Government isn't doing enough to ensure the safe return of kids to schools amid the ...  
KERRYN PHELPS: NSW school return plan exposes children to heightened COVID risk

The start of the school year is always exciting. But this year is different, writes Professor ...  
Outrage over school COVID breeding grounds

Teachers are expressing concern over the Government's rush to send kids back to schools while the ...  
PM doubles down on sending kids back to school

Prime Minister Morrison wants to send kids back to schools despite evidence that it's not safe to ...  
Which individual should we ignore? Phelps focuses on children's health

Mainstream news media reported yesterday a “clash” between another medical practitioner and me ...  
University of Sydney plans to cut courses, threatening education standards

Teaching standards are under threat at the University of Sydney, writes Dr Daniel Gregory.  
Alan Tudge disappoints with new education strategy

A new international education strategy released by the Federal Government is another example of ...  
COVID-19 is a race and our children are left at the starting line

Better measures need to be taken to protect our children from the effects of COVID-19 after the ...  
Full employment not necessarily the holy grail in a flexible market economy

Alternative economists have long argued that the pathway to perfectly functioning markets does not ...  
Tudge flags freedom of speech while whitewashing Australia's past

Education Minister Alan Tudge continues to argue that an obscure version of our history – one ...  
Universities, governments and companies can help avert climate catastrophe

Universities and other large institutions have a responsibility to drive Australia towards a ...  
Tudge sore over suggestion we question Anzac Day

Education Minister Alan Tudge should look closely at history before criticising expert's proposed ...  

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