Students with large education debts may not be willing to work in government or not-for-profit sectors without additional support, write Richard Holden and Rosalind Dixon.
Many low-scoring students think they’ve done better than they actually have, meaning they’re more likely to take risks in testing situations, write Jihyun Lee and Lazar Stankov.
The buzz word is resilience, but one educator believes adaptability is what schoolchildren need to thrive.
Different NAPLAN questions for low and high achievers is beneficial for assessing how students at each end of the spectrum are going, write Jihyun Lee and Lazar Stankov.
Actively enagaging diasporas and tapping into their latent Asia literacy is central to breaking Australia's vicious cycle of monolingualism, write Kirrilee Hughes and Kent Anderson.
Chef turned International Studies student Damien Hawes has brought food and education to children living in a Philippines rubbish dump.
The talent demonstrated at the annual NSW School Spectacular highlight a glaring mismatch between perceptions of public education and reality, writes Cathy Sherry.
UNSW Medicine has developed an online diploma in infectious disease management for India's largest private hospital group.
The UNSW program that introduces thousands of disadvantaged school students to the world of university is celebrating after receiving a $250,000 “surprise” grant from Google.
A UNSW program that introduces disadvantaged school students to university is competing to win half a million dollars in an initiative celebrating the transformative power of technology. They need your vote.