The prospect of university degrees more than doubling in price came as news to would-be students attending Saturday's open day for two of Sydney's biggest universities.
A senior British bureaucrat, who, with many other bureaucrats, failed to prevent the systematic rape and physical abuse of children in the English town of Rotherham has relocated to Melbourne and been appointed a deputy secretary in Victoria's Education Department.
Students felt safer and bullying had been reduced in public high schools with secular welfare officers, according to an independent review which the NSW education minister, Adrian Piccoli, has sent to the federal goverment in the wake of its push to fund religious-only chaplains in schools.
While Simon and Simona Ochana were building up their English at school in Sydney this week, Islamic State terrorists were closing in on their family's village.
Comprehensive NSW high schools are increasingly doing their own selective testing and some are grouping classes based on NAPLAN results despite research showing that streaming can further disadvantage already marginalised students.
At Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, adversity is no excuse for failure.
Teachers, you have a new assignment – learning to set better homework.
Daniel Full is somewhat of an anomaly at North Sydney Boys High School.
Catholic schools across Sydney are taking a stand against children in detention, which they say violates basic human rights and is inconsistent with their Christian values.
Australians are increasingly pessimistic about the country’s future, a new ANUpoll shows.