Education
A world without black and white

Bazza and Old Mate explore the mysteries: memory, colour and a world without black and white.  
Overseas student visas entering a new phase

Home Affairs is desperately trying to cope with a huge surge in overseas student visa applicati ...  
Children with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder need more help

Because of ignorance, diagnosis and treatment of children with FASD are delayed — even though ...  
The religious school funding decision that flouted the Constitution

A 1981 High Court decision to allow the funding of religious schools was a bad move that fractured ...  
Industrial scale cheating taking over from learning in Australian universities

With technology allowing cheating to run rampant in universities, reform is needed to bring a ...  
Immigration to Australia still short of pre-pandemic levels

Since late 2021, both the former Coalition Government and the new Labor Government have been ...  
Higher education and the corporate mentality

Universities are too important to Australia's education system to be thought of as corporate ...  
Beggars in surplus: Australia’s university gangsters

Surpluses recorded by some of Australia's biggest universities have complicated their cases for ...  
Woodside's industrial-size attempt at reputation washing

Given the worsening climate crisis, there should be no place for fossil-fuel reputation washing by ...  
Education is the answer for society to flourish — and our survival

Without education, people would recommence burning witches at the stake.  
Universities losing the fight against academic cheating

Casual staffing and an inadequate grading scheme have seen a rise in the use of academic cheating ...  
Governing for the people: Gough had the guts to get things done

As we approach the 50th anniversary of the election of the Whitlam Government, what would Gough do ...  
Labor should have fixed energy crisis already, say Andrews and Hughes

Expect the Liberal Party's "women of calibre", Karen Andrews and Hollie Hughes, to be taking it ...  
Stuart Robert's alabaster history wars

Founder and publisher David Donovan explains why Stuart Robert is unfit to determine what our kids ...  
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 ...  
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