Monash University's English as an International Language program examines how English has changed according to the cultures in the countries in which it is used.
Courses in complementary and alternative medicine grapple with an Excellence in Research for Australia gap.
One in six children starting school in NSW has the numeracy skills expected of a year 1 student, prompting the Education Department to develop a gifted and talented resource package for kindergarten teachers.
THE NSW Ombudsman will urge NSW public schools to make greater use of any special assistance available for Higher School Certificate candidates, such as extra time and physical aids, after an investigation revealing much lower use compared to non-government schools.
A $16 million federal Labor commitment to stem the shortage of maths and science teachers by fast-tracking bankers, accountants and engineers into classrooms has been an expensive failure, with just 14 participants recruited.
NSW POLICE are investigating complaints that Jewish children were abused in Sydney.
CHILDREN are being turned away from ethics classes in public schools because there are not enough volunteers or funding to meet demand.
ENROLMENTS in private high schools in NSW continued to rise last year while the number of students enrolled in public high schools fell again, in a trend that has been linked to the easing of the global financial crisis.
The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria has launched legal action to try to prevent its teachers from participating in Thursday's strike.
We examine the Prime Minister's decision to call an election for September 14.
PRIMARY school kids from across Ballarat took to the track at Llanberris.
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